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Title: ANNE FRANK The Story of Her Life To accompany the reading of


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ANNE FRANK
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The Story of Her Life
  • To accompany
  • the reading of
  • her diary

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Baby Anneliese and her mother, Edith
  • Anne was born on June 12, 1929, in Frankfurt,
    Germany. She was the second daughter of Otto and
    Edith Frank, who were both from respected
    German-Jewish families.

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Anne and her older sister, Margot
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The Move from Frankfurt to Amsterdam
  • In the early 1930s, the rise of the Nazi Party
    made life in Germany unsafe for the Frank family.
    In 1933, Otto Frank set up a business in
    Amsterdam, and the family joined him a few months
    later.

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Margot, Otto, Anne, and Edith
  • The Franks lived a fairly comfortable life in
    their apartment at 37 Merwedeplein.Otto Frank
    also had a successful import business underway.

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Life in Amsterdam, Holland
  • The girls adjusted into a normal life for the
    first few years in Holland. Anne and Margot,
    shown here at the beach, were happy and made many
    friends.

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Anne at Montessori School
  • Anne was a very good student and did
    exceptionally well at her Montessori school. In
    1940, however, a change came when the Nazis
    invaded Holland.

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Nazi Occupation of Holland
  • In 1941, Anne and other Jewish children could
    no longer go to public schools. In 1942, all
    Jews had to begin wearing Stars of David on their
    clothing

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The Franks Went into Hiding
  • Also in 1942, Otto Frank had to turn his
    business over to non-Jewish partners. When
    arrests of Jews began, Otto made a plan to take
    his family into hiding in rooms above his
    business.

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These Friends Helped the Franks
  • The helpers, from left to right Mr. Kugler,
    Miep Gies, Bep Voskuijl, and Mr.Kleiman.

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The Secret Annex Became Home
  • For more than two years the Franks shared the
    Annex with another family, the Van Daans. They
    lived under constant dread of detection and
    arrest by the Nazis.

Annes room with her favorite pictures on the
wall.
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Their Worst Fear Came True
  • On August 4, 1944, the Frank family's greatest
    fear came true. Nazi policemen, who had received
    an anonymous phone call about Jews hiding there,
    entered the office and the bookcase door leading
    to the Secret Annex. They arrested both
    families.

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Westerbork Concentration Camp
  • On August 8, 1944, the families were moved to
    Westerbork transit camp. After nearly a month,
    they were taken to the Auschwitz death camp in
    Poland on the last Auschwitz-bound transport ever
    to leave Westerbork.

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Bergen-Belsen Camp
  • In October 1944, Anne and Margot were
    transported to the Bergen-Belsen concentration
    camp in Germany. Without food, heat, medicine,
    and basic sanitation, thousands died there from
    starvation and epidemics.

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  • Nine months after she was arrested, Anne Frank
    died of typhus in March of 1945, at
    Bergen-Belsen. She was fifteen years old. The
    camp was liberated by the Allies just three weeks
    after her death.

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Annes Diary
  • Otto Frank was the only survivor from the
    Secret Annex. He is pictured here with Miep
    Gies, who saved Annes diary and persuaded Otto
    to have it published.

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