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    Daan, and their son Peter. Later on Mr. Dussel joined the hidden. The eight people lived together is a small area. There they had rules that everyone had to follow in order for them to stay a secret. But in 1944 the hiding place was discovered. Otto Frank was the only person that survived. ... Throughout the book Anne changed from a optimistic and hopeful child to a deep thinking, lonely, and isolated teenager. In the Annex she was separated

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    but Otto Frank, Anne's Frank's father, survived the holocaust through hiding. The secret annex became the shelter for Otto Frank, his family, and several others Jews starting July sixth, 1942(www.annefrank.org). The annex provided a barrier from the Nazis and death camps for two years before the Gestapo discovered the Franks and others and sent the Jews to concentration camps for the remainder of the holocaust(www.ushmm.org). The others in hiding with Frank lost their lives, leaving Otto Frank the

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    Anne Frank is a Jewish girl who had to go into hiding during World War II because Margot, her sister, had gotten a call slip that she was going to go to a concentration camp. The Franks had bust a move and went into hiding at the Secret Annex. The Secret Annex is attic apartment behind Otto Frank’s business and it’s located at Prinsengracht 263 in Amsterdam. Otto Frank was not only concerned about his own family being safe but also the Van Daans who also went into hiding at the Secret Annex with

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    Anne Frank is a Jewish child that went into hiding in an Annex when World War 2 was going on. She wrote a diary of her experience in the Annex which was left when she was captured by the Nazi’s. It was later found by her father when he went there after realizing his whole family died in concentration camp. Otto Frank was her father, while they were in hiding he showed the biggest examples of courage, compassion, and sacrifice in every way possible. Mr. Frank was the father of two daughters with a

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    Otto Frank Edith

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    Annex Anne Frank Anne often operate the clown, she is afraid to show her more serious side. Anne is Otto and Edith’s daughter, and Margot’s sister. More concerning Anne Otto Frank The alpha. When a decision necessarily to be made, all eyes are on him. Otto is Anne and Margot’s father, and Edith's husband. More about Otto Edith Frank Edith is often gloomy in the Secret Annex. She extract comfort from her faith. Edith is Anne and Margot’s genitrix, and Otto’s feme. More going Edith Margot Frank Calm and

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    through the Holocaust, many heroes stood out amongst all of the murder. Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor and author of Night, displays helpfulness toward his ill and tortured father as well as living to tell the horrors that the Nazis caused. Anne Frank, a Jew who went into hiding with her family in Holland, presents an affectionate and giving character throughout their time in hiding. Throughout the Holocaust these people and some others overcame the horror known as genocide. Elie Wiesel, 15 years

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    would be the first to read it? Will my legacy live on for years to come? I hope I find the answer soon. I wonder if Miep got to read my diary. Miep was actually the second one to read it. Otto Frank read the diary before anyone else could. It would slowly start becoming her identity as an individual. “Always Otto would tell me, “Miep you must read it. But always, I couldn’t. I couldn’t relive the miseries, and I wouldn’t rekindle the terrible losses. (miepgies.nl)”. She would not relive the memories

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    Biography of Anne Frank

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    Annelies “Anne” Marie Frank was born on June 12 1929 in Frankfurt, Weimar in Germany. She was the daughter of Otto Frank (1889-1980) and Edith Frank Hollander (1900-1945). She also had a sister, named Margot (1926-1945), who was three years older then her. Anne Frank was Jewish and became one of the million victims of the Holocaust. Anne Frank claims her fame by writing a diary Diary of Anne Frank that got published after she died. In that diary she expressed her hopes, fears, feelings and thoughts

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    Anne Frank Essay

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    by Anne Frank). This quote has a lot of meaning because she wanted to be remembered and I am now writing and telling about her eighty one years later. Anne Frank is a hero because she was a spirited young Jewish girl that had to go into hiding at the age of thirteen. Life story of Anne Frank After getting married Otto and Edith Frank settled down in Frankfurt, Germany. They’d soon have their two children. Margrot in 1926, and Anne Frank three years later. In his writing, Otto Frank remembers

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    Anne Frank

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    Anne Frank A young Jewish girl, who spent two years hiding along with seven others in the Secret Annex in Amsterdam during World War II, became a symbol of hope for all the people who suffered during the Holocaust. Anne Frank’s childhood is harbored in the diary she wrote while in hiding, in the aftermath of her and her family being discovered create the symbol the world has come to understand as hope. Even though Anne Frank’s story happened over 60 years ago, the world still remembers the thirteen

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