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Annelies Marie "Anne" Frank.... June 12 1929 – early March 1945) is one of the most well-known Jewish victims of the Holocaust. Acknowledged for the quality of her writing, her diary has become one of the world's most widely read books.

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This image gives statistics on the deaths of the Holocaust, as well as, the impact in America and the immigration of Jews. It also addresses the survivors living in Canada, and the numbers give a real image of the results of the Holocaust.

Pre-Activity for Night by Elie Wiesel

We are preparing the read Elie Wiesel's memoir Night. The novel depicts his time in the Nazi German concentration camp. Part of our literary journey will be to analyze how ignoring a belittling joke can eventually lead to genocide. It is hard concept to imagine that ignoring a joke can lead to such drastic events, but it does happen. Examples of belittling jokes and stereotypes The first thing that one should familiarize themselves with the various forms of prejudice that exist in the world…

Otto and Edith marry on 12 May 1925. They live for a year with Otto’s mother in Frankfurt am Main.

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Anne with Inge Kurpershoek at Isa Cauvern-Monas home in Laren.

Anne Frank: Her Life in Pictures, Some of Them Are Rare That You May Not Have Seen Before

Anne Frank (1929-1945) was a teen writer who went into hiding during World War Two to avoid the Nazis. She was one of over one million Jewish children who died in the Holocaust. After her death, Anne becomes world famous because of her wartime diary "The Diary of a Young Girl" she wrote while in hiding. “One day this terrible war will be over. The time will come when we will be people again and not just Jews! We can never be just Dutch, or just English, or whatever, we will always be Jews as…

Rare photo of Anne Frank

Think of the Beauty That Still Remains

The blog all about the beautiful sisters, Anne and Margot Frank.

Anne Frank ( #AnneFrank ) - a young diarist and writer who has gained international fame after her diary, which documents her experiences hiding during the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War II was published - born on Wednesday, June 12th, 1929 in Frankfurt, Weimar Germany, Germany

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Personality profile of Anne Frank - a young diarist and writer who has gained international fame after her diary, which documents her experiences hiding during the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War II was published, born on Wednesday June 12th 1929.

vintage everyday: Anne Frank - Her Life in Pictures

Anne Frank: Her Life in Pictures, Some of Them Are Rare That You May Not Have Seen Before

Anne Frank (1929-1945) was a teen writer who went into hiding during World War Two to avoid the Nazis. She was one of over one million Jewish children who died in the Holocaust. After her death, Anne becomes world famous because of her wartime diary "The Diary of a Young Girl" she wrote while in hiding. “One day this terrible war will be over. The time will come when we will be people again and not just Jews! We can never be just Dutch, or just English, or whatever, we will always be Jews as…

Anne and Margot Frank probably on the Marbachweg 307, Frankfurt - 1932

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Anne and Margot Frank on the Ganghoferstrasse 22, Frankfurt - 1932

Anne's first day of school-1932, at age 3.

Anne's first day of school-1932, at age 3.

"Anne, 15 years old and the diarist of the house, had long since grown out of the schoolgirl clothes she took with her into what she called Het Achterhuis (the house behind). In hiding, she studied, argued with her mother, experienced her first kiss, and watched the huge chestnut tree in the back of the house bloom and die and bloom again."

This Is What Anne Frank's Arrest Looked Like

Anne Frank was captured by the Nazis on this date in 1944.

Edith Frank witnessed her children leave Auschwitz, and became ill. She died of exhaustion in January 1945.

Edith Frank witnessed her children leave Auschwitz, and became ill. She died of exhaustion in January 1945.

Margot Frank born February 16, 1926, received a call-up notice around 3 p.m. on July 5, 1942 for work duty and the Franks go into hiding. They left immediatley for hiding so Margot wouldn't get deported to "work camp."

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Margot Frank receives a call up for work duty and the Franks go into hiding.