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  • Anne Frank - Discovered and arrested
    old enough to understand have always tried to celebrate for the 2 of us to help keep her memory alive Marvin W Reed 70 Franklin United States 6 Apr 2015 Comment on The fate of the hiders in the Secret Annex It s sad how Anne s last live relative passed away 4 days ago If by any chance she had survived up to today history might ve been different Rereading her diary for the 5th time is hard and it s depressing to just imagine how close she was to liberation day and never lost hope despite her extreme conditions She was born on the same year as Martin Luther King Jr and yet they lived through completely different situations my sincere condolences to those who have lost family and or friends because of the Holocaust For those who have died in the event we will all remember you We as society must not let this happen again ever JM United Kingdom 21 Mar 2015 Comment on The fate of the hiders in the Secret Annex I never thought this deeply about how horrible the holocaust was until I started a project on Anne Frank I will remember her dearly and all the others too Ruby United Kingdom 25 Jan 2015 Comment on Arrival at camp Auschwitz Recommended on Facebook Popular pages Navigatie Anne Frank To Anne Frank Life in Germany Emigrating to the Netherlands The German invasion The hiding place A diary as a best friend The Arrest Otto Frank returns The diary of Anne Frank In brief All people The Secret Annex Online Wander around the furnished spaces Go inside Anne Frank Timeline Historical events in visual timeline To the timeline Anne Frank s Amsterdam Available in Dutch English and German More Museum To Museum Practical information Online ticket sales Group visits for schools Group programmes Exhibitions The Anne Frank Collections From hiding place to museum Opening hours prices and location Visit the Anne Frank House More Online ticket sales Avoid the queue More Exhibitions in the Anne Frank House More Education To Education Teachers portal Group visits for schools Travelling exhibitions Special projects Racism Extremism Teachers portal Lessons ideas and tips for school teachers and contemporary themes This is what we do Travelling exhibition Anne Frank A History for Today travels around the world More Group visits schools Programs for elementary and secondary schools More News To News News Newsletters Press Annual Report 2014 News All News and Press Releases More Newsletter Are you interested in our activities More Press Information for the press More Online store To Online store Books DVD s Postcards Educational materials Anne Frank House Construction kit of the Secret Annex More A museum with a story Museum catalogue of the Anne Frank House More E book Who was who in the Secret Annex More Zoeken Metanavigatie Social media Youth Teachers Press Organisation Mobile English Basic information in Afrikaans Bahasa Indonesia Čeština Dansk Deutsch English Español Français Italiano Nederlands Norsk Polski Português

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  • The story of Anne Frank: Otto Frank returns back alone
    helpers and others More Comments 109 I just finished reading Anne Frank s diary for the second time First time I was 14 and this time I read it at 42 I highly recommend a second read when you re older of this beautifully written snapshot into this amazing girl s soul Ann you are in inspiration to us all Cristy Campbell 42 cohasset United States 6 Apr 2015 Comment on Otto reads Anne s diary It is heart breaking Harry 54 United States 2 Apr 2015 Comment on Searching Womderful children and Anne was so strong in character that even knowing that there was litle change of survivel she kept going with bravery and courage I ve known about her since I was 13 in Brazil year 1960 How I loved her writings and her person Every parent independent of race creed and nationality shoud must tell their children about this precious stone that was Anne and every child must learn about Anne and must try to copy her She was LOVE to the world gilvanete Lira Silva 67 Los Angeles United States 1 Apr 2015 Comment on Searching Recommended on Facebook Popular pages Navigatie Anne Frank To Anne Frank Life in Germany Emigrating to the Netherlands The German invasion The hiding place A diary as a best friend The Arrest Otto Frank returns The diary of Anne Frank In brief All people The Secret Annex Online Wander around the furnished spaces Go inside Anne Frank Timeline Historical events in visual timeline To the timeline Anne Frank s Amsterdam Available in Dutch English and German More Museum To Museum Practical information Online ticket sales Group visits for schools Group programmes Exhibitions The Anne Frank Collections From hiding place to museum Opening hours prices and location Visit the Anne Frank House More Online ticket sales Avoid the queue More Exhibitions in the Anne Frank House More Education To Education Teachers portal Group visits for schools Travelling exhibitions Special projects Racism Extremism Teachers portal Lessons ideas and tips for school teachers and contemporary themes This is what we do Travelling exhibition Anne Frank A History for Today travels around the world More Group visits schools Programs for elementary and secondary schools More News To News News Newsletters Press Annual Report 2014 News All News and Press Releases More Newsletter Are you interested in our activities More Press Information for the press More Online store To Online store Books DVD s Postcards Educational materials Anne Frank House Construction kit of the Secret Annex More A museum with a story Museum catalogue of the Anne Frank House More E book Who was who in the Secret Annex More Zoeken Metanavigatie Social media Youth Teachers Press Organisation Mobile English Basic information in Afrikaans Bahasa Indonesia Čeština Dansk Deutsch English Español Français Italiano Nederlands Norsk Polski Português Română Slovenčine Suomi Svenska Türkçe Русский Українською ह द ไทย の日本語情報 한국어 简体中文版 繁體中文版 Website Nederlands English Deutsch Français Español Italiano Share Up Then Now August 9 1943

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  • The story of Anne Frank: The diary of Anne Frank
    husband Jan provides the people in the Annex with coupons for food and clothing More Jo Kleiman Accountant for Opekta and Pectacon Always cheerful and upbeat despite being plagued by stomach ulcers More Victor Kugler Opekta employee Victor with Jo takes care of security and finances for the people hiding in the Annex More Bep Voskuijl Johan Voskuijl s daughter Bep is a secretary for Otto s company Pectacon More The people in hiding the helpers and others More Comments 133 Anne Frank s diary was part of out English Curriculum in New Zealand in the mid 1980 s I was 13 yrs old as a treat watch the movie Truly inspiring In my opinion should still be part of the school curriculum today RIP Sweet Anne family you will never be forgotten x HEIDI WARREN 43 Wainuiomata Wellington New Zealand 4 Jul 2015 Comment on Anne Frank s diary is published I have not yet seen her diary but I find her story inspirational I m only 12 and I m what my friends would consider a book junkie growing up in this day and age its quite hard to find people so in powering This is quite sad but I didn t actually here about her until I watched the fault in our stars I ve always had a fascination with world war two and I found this particular story amazing I hope to read her true words some day Anne Frank diary sounds like a amazing story United Kingdom 5 Apr 2015 Comment on Reactions to the The Secret Annex The diary of Anne Frank is and inspirational and beautiful story iIt has changed my life I believe that if a book hasn t changed something about you then it has failed at being a book Caroline 11 nsw Australia 3 Apr 2015 Comment on Reactions to the The Secret Annex Recommended on Facebook Popular pages Navigatie Anne Frank To Anne Frank Life in Germany Emigrating to the Netherlands The German invasion The hiding place A diary as a best friend The Arrest Otto Frank returns The diary of Anne Frank In brief All people The Secret Annex Online Wander around the furnished spaces Go inside Anne Frank Timeline Historical events in visual timeline To the timeline Anne Frank s Amsterdam Available in Dutch English and German More Museum To Museum Practical information Online ticket sales Group visits for schools Group programmes Exhibitions The Anne Frank Collections From hiding place to museum Opening hours prices and location Visit the Anne Frank House More Online ticket sales Avoid the queue More Exhibitions in the Anne Frank House More Education To Education Teachers portal Group visits for schools Travelling exhibitions Special projects Racism Extremism Teachers portal Lessons ideas and tips for school teachers and contemporary themes This is what we do Travelling exhibition Anne Frank A History for Today travels around the world More Group visits schools Programs for elementary and secondary schools More News To News News Newsletters

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  • The story of Anne Frank: The story in brief
    diary but before she has finished she and the other people in hiding are arrested Arrest and deportation On 4 August 1944 the people in hiding along with helpers Johannes Kleiman and Victor Kugler are arrested Via the Sichterheidsdienst headquarters prison and transit camp Westerbork they are deported to Auschwitz The two helpers are sent to the Amersfoort camp Johannes Kleiman is released shortly after his arrest and six months later Victor Kugler escapes Immediately after the arrest Miep Gies and Bep Voskuijl rescue Anne s diary and papers that have been left behind in the secret annex Despite intensive investigations it has never been clear how the hiding place was discovered Otto Frank returns Otto Frank is the only one of the eight people in hiding to survive the war During his long journey back to The Netherlands he learns that his wife Edith has died He knows nothing about his daughters and still hopes to see them again He arrives back in Amsterdam at the beginning of July He goes straight to Miep and Jan Gies and remains with them for another seven years Otto Frank tries to find his daughters but in July receives news that they have both died of disease and deprivation in Bergen Belsen Miep Gies then gives him Anne s diary and papers Otto reads the diary and discovers a completely different Anne He is very moved by her writing Anne s diary Anne wrote in her diary that she wanted to be a writer or a journalist and that she wanted her diary published as a novel Otto Frank s friends convince him of the great expressiveness of her diary and on 25 June 1947 The Secret Annex is published in an edition of 3 000 Many more editions translations a play and a film follow People from all over the world learn of Anne Frank s story Over the years Otto Frank answers thousands of letters from people who have read his daughter s diary In 1960 the Anne Frank House becomes a museum Otto Frank remains involved with the Anne Frank House and campaigns for human rights and respect until his death in 1980 Want to know more Read the entire story of Anne Frank Life in Germany More Emigrating to the Netherlands More The German invasion More The hiding place Going into hiding The Frank family go into hiding with four other people More A diary as a best friend Anne starts keeping a diary from her thirteenth birthday More The Arrest More Otto Frank returns After Auschwitz is liberated More Anne Frank s diary From first publication to worldwide response More The people in hiding the helpers and others More In brief Anne Frank s history in brief Anne Frank is a Jewish girl who has to go into hiding during World War Two to avoid the Nazis More Navigatie Anne Frank To Anne Frank Life in Germany Emigrating to the Netherlands The German invasion The hiding place

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  • The story of Anne Frank: The secret annex - the main characters
    secretary for Otto s company Pectacon More Jo Kleiman Accountant for Opekta and Pectacon Always cheerful and upbeat despite being plagued by stomach ulcers More Victor Kugler Opekta employee Victor with Jo takes care of security and finances for the people hiding in the Annex More Jan Gies Miep Gies husband Jan provides the people in the Annex with coupons for food and clothing More Other people The old and new warehouse managers Warehouse manager Johan Voskuijl knows about the people in the Secret Annex and helps them He s forced to stop working due to illness Willem van Maaren takes his place and no one in the Annex trusts him Johan Voskuijl Bep s father Johan works for Otto Frank as a warehouse manager More Willem van Maaren Takes over from Johan Voskuijl as warehouse manager The people in the Annex and the helpers don t trust him More Navigatie Anne Frank To Anne Frank Life in Germany Emigrating to the Netherlands The German invasion The hiding place A diary as a best friend The Arrest Otto Frank returns The diary of Anne Frank In brief All people The Secret Annex Online Wander around the furnished spaces Go inside Anne Frank Timeline Historical events in visual timeline To the timeline Anne Frank s Amsterdam Available in Dutch English and German More Museum To Museum Practical information Online ticket sales Group visits for schools Group programmes Exhibitions The Anne Frank Collections From hiding place to museum Opening hours prices and location Visit the Anne Frank House More Online ticket sales Avoid the queue More Exhibitions in the Anne Frank House More Education To Education Teachers portal Group visits for schools Travelling exhibitions Special projects Racism Extremism Teachers portal Lessons ideas and tips for school teachers and contemporary themes This is what we do Travelling exhibition Anne Frank A History for Today travels around the world More Group visits schools Programs for elementary and secondary schools More News To News News Newsletters Press Annual Report 2014 News All News and Press Releases More Newsletter Are you interested in our activities More Press Information for the press More Online store To Online store Books DVD s Postcards Educational materials Anne Frank House Construction kit of the Secret Annex More A museum with a story Museum catalogue of the Anne Frank House More E book Who was who in the Secret Annex More Zoeken Metanavigatie Social media Youth Teachers Press Organisation Mobile English Basic information in Afrikaans Bahasa Indonesia Čeština Dansk Deutsch English Español Français Italiano Nederlands Norsk Polski Português Română Slovenčine Suomi Svenska Türkçe Русский Українською ह द ไทย の日本語情報 한국어 简体中文版 繁體中文版 Website Nederlands English Deutsch Français Español Italiano Português Share Up Then Now August 9 1943 I won t say much about Father and me The former is the most modest person at the table He always looks to see whether the others have been served first He needs nothing for himself the best things are for the children He

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  • The Anne Frank House: Museum information
    Otto Frank returns The diary of Anne Frank In brief All people The Secret Annex Online Wander around the furnished spaces Go inside Anne Frank Timeline Historical events in visual timeline To the timeline Anne Frank s Amsterdam Available in Dutch English and German More Museum To Museum Practical information Online ticket sales Group visits for schools Group programmes Exhibitions The Anne Frank Collections From hiding place to museum Opening hours prices and location Visit the Anne Frank House More Online ticket sales Avoid the queue More Exhibitions in the Anne Frank House More Education To Education Teachers portal Group visits for schools Travelling exhibitions Special projects Racism Extremism Teachers portal Lessons ideas and tips for school teachers and contemporary themes This is what we do Travelling exhibition Anne Frank A History for Today travels around the world More Group visits schools Programs for elementary and secondary schools More News To News News Newsletters Press Annual Report 2014 News All News and Press Releases More Newsletter Are you interested in our activities More Press Information for the press More Online store To Online store Books DVD s Postcards Educational materials Anne Frank House Construction kit of the Secret Annex More A museum with a story Museum catalogue of the Anne Frank House More E book Who was who in the Secret Annex More Zoeken Metanavigatie Social media Youth Teachers Press Organisation Mobile English Basic information in Afrikaans Bahasa Indonesia Čeština Dansk Deutsch English Español Français Italiano Nederlands Norsk Polski Português Română Slovenčine Suomi Svenska Türkçe Русский Українською ह द ไทย の日本語情報 한국어 简体中文版 繁體中文版 Website Nederlands English Deutsch Français Español Italiano Português Share Up Then Now August 9 1943 I won t say much about Father and me The former is the most modest person at the table He always

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  • The Anne Frank House: Practical information
    Historical events in visual timeline To the timeline Anne Frank s Amsterdam Available in Dutch English and German More Museum To Museum Practical information Online ticket sales Group visits for schools Group programmes Exhibitions The Anne Frank Collections From hiding place to museum Opening hours prices and location Visit the Anne Frank House More Online ticket sales Avoid the queue More Exhibitions in the Anne Frank House More Education To Education Teachers portal Group visits for schools Travelling exhibitions Special projects Racism Extremism Teachers portal Lessons ideas and tips for school teachers and contemporary themes This is what we do Travelling exhibition Anne Frank A History for Today travels around the world More Group visits schools Programs for elementary and secondary schools More News To News News Newsletters Press Annual Report 2014 News All News and Press Releases More Newsletter Are you interested in our activities More Press Information for the press More Online store To Online store Books DVD s Postcards Educational materials Anne Frank House Construction kit of the Secret Annex More A museum with a story Museum catalogue of the Anne Frank House More E book Who was who in the Secret Annex More Zoeken Metanavigatie Social media Youth Teachers Press Organisation Mobile English Basic information in Afrikaans Bahasa Indonesia Čeština Dansk Deutsch English Español Français Italiano Nederlands Norsk Polski Português Română Slovenčine Suomi Svenska Türkçe Русский Українською ह द ไทย の日本語情報 한국어 简体中文版 繁體中文版 Website Nederlands English Deutsch Français Español Italiano Português Share Up Then Now August 9 1943 I won t say much about Father and me The former is the most modest person at the table He always looks to see whether the others have been served first He needs nothing for himself the best things are for the children He s goodness personified

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  • The Anne Frank House: Group programmes for adults
    More Education To Education Teachers portal Group visits for schools Travelling exhibitions Special projects Racism Extremism Teachers portal Lessons ideas and tips for school teachers and contemporary themes This is what we do Travelling exhibition Anne Frank A History for Today travels around the world More Group visits schools Programs for elementary and secondary schools More News To News News Newsletters Press Annual Report 2014 News All News and Press Releases More Newsletter Are you interested in our activities More Press Information for the press More Online store To Online store Books DVD s Postcards Educational materials Anne Frank House Construction kit of the Secret Annex More A museum with a story Museum catalogue of the Anne Frank House More E book Who was who in the Secret Annex More Zoeken Metanavigatie Social media Youth Teachers Press Organisation Mobile English Basic information in Afrikaans Bahasa Indonesia Čeština Dansk Deutsch English Español Français Italiano Nederlands Norsk Polski Português Română Slovenčine Suomi Svenska Türkçe Русский Українською ह द ไทย の日本語情報 한국어 简体中文版 繁體中文版 Website Nederlands English Deutsch Français Español Italiano Português Share Up Then Now August 9 1943 I won t say much about Father and me The former is the most modest person at the table He always looks to see whether the others have been served first He needs nothing for himself the best things are for the children He s goodness personified See also The Secret Annex Online Wander around the furnished spaces To The Secret Annex Online Online store Buy the diary other books DVDs museum catalogues and postcards To the online store Facebook The Anne Frank House is on Facebook Add our page to your favorites Facebook Anne Frank s History Anne Frank had to go into hiding to escape the Nazi s to Anne Frank s

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