Anne Frank is arguably the author of the single most interesting documentation of the events of World War II. She manages to depict a picture of life in hiding during the time in which unspeakable cruelties and atrocities were inflicted upon the Jewish victims of the Holocaust. The diary of Anne provides a marvelously fascinating insight of the events of the world war from the perspective of a teenage Jewish girl. She also had an elder sister — Margot Frank. On her 13th Birthday, 12 June , Anne Frank received what was to become the medium through which she would find a source of comfort and company a month later when she would be forced into hiding. Originally, it was planned that the Franks would go into hiding on 16th July , however, Margot was informed that she would have to go into hiding immediately to avoid being sent to a concentration camp.
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Perhaps more than any other figure, Anne Frank gave a human face to the victims of the Holocaust. Because of their Jewish faith, Anne Frank and her family fled Nazi Germany for the Netherlands in to avoid persecution. After Germany invaded the Netherlands in , the family spent two years living in a small hidden room in Amsterdam in order to elude capture by Nazi occupation forces. They were discovered in and arrested. Otto and Edith Frank knew that as long as the Nazis were in power, life for Jews in Germany would become more and more dangerous. And they decided to move to the Netherlands.
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Anne Frank syntyi Otto Frank muutti Amsterdamiin. Annella ja Margotilla oli molemmilla mustat hiukset. Margot oli luonteeltaan hiljaisempi ja rauhallisempi, Anne taas puhelias, vilkas ja sosiaalinen. Frankit piiloutuivat Otto Frankin yrityksen toimiston salahuoneeseen 6.
Her work, The Diary of Anne Frank , has been read by millions. Fleeing Nazi persecution of Jews, the family moved to Amsterdam and later went into hiding for two years. During this time, Frank wrote about her experiences and wishes. In , the family was found and sent to concentration camps, where Frank died at the age of