Anne Frank (German: Annelies Marie Frank (pronunciation), June 12, 1929-February-March 1945) is a Jewish descent known as the author of The Diary of a Young Girl. A German girl.
She was born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, but left her family in the Netherlands to escape persecution after taking control of the anti-Semitic National Socialist German Workers' Party (Nazis). Asylum to Amsterdam. However, during World War II, when the Netherlands was occupied by German troops, Jewish hunting also took place in the Netherlands, forcing him to live in a hideout on July 6, 1942 (besides the Franks). The Hermann van Pels family and Fritz Pfeffer also entered the hideout, with a total of eight Jews living in the hideout). Her life here lasted for two years, during which Anne continued to write about her hideout in her diary.
She was found in her hideout by the Nazi Guards (SS) on August 4, 1944, and all the hideout residents were transferred to concentration camps. She was transferred to Bergen-Belsen concentration camp with her sister Margot Frank. She could not tolerate the unsanitary environment of the camp, and she suffered from typhus and died at the age of fifteen. She is believed to have been around early March 1945.
Her hideout had a diary that her Anne kept in Dutch. Miep Gies, an employee of her father, Otto's company, who supported the lives of the safehouses, discovered it and preserved it until after the war. Of the eight hideaway residents, Otto, who survived until the end of the war, was handed this diary by Meep. Otto decided to publish his diary to convey to the world his daughter Anne's desire for a war-free world. The diary has been translated into more than 60 languages and has become a global bestseller with over 25 million copies.
Her father is Jewish German Otto Frank. His mother is Edith Frank, also a Jewish German. My father, Otto, was a banker. His mother, Edito, was the daughter of Aachen's famous wealthy man. Anne was her second daughter, and her older sister, three years older, had Margot Frank (nicknamed Margot).
On the 12th day of her life, Edith took Anne back to the Frank family's apartment at 307 Marbachwek, a suburb of Frankfurt. The Franks are a middle-class Jewish family, but they were not very enthusiastic about Judaism or other religions. In March 1931, the Franks moved to an apartment at 24 Ganghofer Street. However, the banking business, which is the family business of the Frank family, could not recover from the global recession and its business performance deteriorated. Although the Franks had a higher economic level than the average German, they decided not to rent an apartment to save money. The family returned to their parents' home on Jordan Street in the Westend district. This is a luxury home purchased by Otto's father, Michael, in 1901, and after Michael's death, Otto's mother, Alice, was alone. However, the Frank family's private life did not change much, and the family often went on trips and shopping.
However, in German politics around this time, the National Socialist German Workers' Party (hereinafter referred to as the Nazi Party), which advocates anti-Semitism, was growing rapidly. Same in 1932