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  1. Anne Frank, in full Annelies Marie Frank, (born June 12, 1929, Frankfurt am Main, Germany—died February/March 1945, Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, near Hannover), Jewish girl whose diary of her family’s two years in hiding during the German occupation of the Netherlands became a classic of war literature. Early in the Nazi regime of Adolf Hitler, Anne’s father, Otto Frank (1889–1980 ...

  2. Nov 09, 2009 · Anne Frank was born Annelies Marie Frank in Frankfurt, Germany, on June 12, 1929, to Edith Hollander Frank (1900-45) and Otto Frank (1889-1980), a prosperous businessman.

  3. Oct 05, 2021 · 8. Anne died in early 1945. Anne Frank died at the age of 16. The exact date of Anne’s death is not known but it is thought she died in either February or March of that year. Both Anne and Margot are believed to have contracted typhus at Bergen-Belsen and died around the same time, just a few weeks before the camp was liberated. 9.

  4. 50. More Than a Tree. Anne Frank could see an ancient horse-chestnut tree from the Annex, and she described it in detail in her diary. The tree then became closely associated with Frank and the Holocaust, but it seriously deteriorated over the years due to fungus and moth infestations.

  5. Otto Frank, the only surviving member of the people hiding in the Secret Annex, later had Anne's dairy published. Quick Facts about the life of Anne Frank. June 12, 1929 - Anne Frank born in Frankfurt, Germany. Her parents were Otto and Edith Frank ; Anne Frank's sister was called Margot

  6. Anne didn’t just keep a diary. She also wrote tales and planned to publish a book about her time in the Secret Annex. After the war, Otto Frank fulfilled her wish. Since then, Anne Frank's diary has been translated into more than 70 languages. Discover the story behind the diary of Anne Frank.

  7. The Diary of a Young Girl, also known as The Diary of Anne Frank, journal by Anne Frank, a Jewish teenager who chronicled her family’s two years (1942–44) in hiding during the German occupation of the Netherlands during World War II. The book was first published in 1947—two years after Anne’s death in a concentration camp—and later became a classic of war literature. In 1933 Anne’s ...

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