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  • Edith Frank
    16 1900 Born in Aachen Germany Edith has two brothers and one sister Julius Walter and Betti September 22 1914 Betti dies aged sixteen 1916 Edith completes her final exams at the Viktoriaschule in Aachen a Christian girls high school May 12 1925 Edith marries Otto Frank and goes to live in Frankfurt am Main Germany February 16 1926 Margot Frank is born January 19 1927 Edith s father dies aged 66 June 12 1929 Anne Frank is born July August 1933 Otto Frank goes to the Netherlands while Edith and her daughters stay with her mother in Aachen September 15 1933 Otto Frank sets up his Opekta business in Amsterdam November 1933 Edith moves to the Netherlands December 1933 Margot moves to the Netherlands February 16 1934 Anne moves to the Netherlands 1939 Edith s mother Rosa Holländer comes to live with the Frank family January 29 1942 Rosa Holländer dies of cancer July 6 1942 The Frank family go into hiding in the secret annex August 4 1944 The people in hiding are arrested August 8 1944 The people in hiding are sent to the Westerbork transit camp Netherlands September 3 1944 The people in hiding are deported to Auschwitz Birkenau extermination camp occupied Poland September 6 1944 Arrival at Auschwitz Edith survives the selection October 1944 Anne and Margot are deported to Bergen Belsen concentration camp in Germany Edith remains in Auschwitz Birkenau January 6 1945 Edith dies in Auschwitz Birkenau Otto Frank Anne and Margot s father Edith s husband Otto sets up a business in the Netherlands After that his family can come over too More Margot Frank Daughter of Otto and Edith sister of Anne Otto and Edith s daughter Anne s sister Margot is a quiet serious girl who enjoys studying More Anne Frank Daughter of Otto and Edith sister of Margot Otto and Edith s daughter Margot s sister Anne often plays the clown but has a serious side too More Anne writes And in most things my mother is an example for me but precisely an example of how it shouldn t be 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

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  • Margot Frank
    Late October 1944 beginning of November Margot is deported with Anne to Bergen Belsen concentration camp Germany February 1945 Margot dies of typhus in Bergen Belsen Edith Frank Anne and Margot s mother Otto s wife Edith has trouble settling down in the Netherlands More Otto Frank Anne and Margot s father Edith s husband Otto sets up a business in the Netherlands After that his family can come over too More Anne Frank Daughter of Otto and Edith sister of Margot Otto and Edith s daughter Margot s sister Anne often plays the clown but has a serious side too More Anne writes Margot is very kind and would like me to confide in her but I can t tell her everything She takes me too seriously far too seriously and spends a lot of time thinking about her loony sister looking at me closely whenever I open my mouth and wondering is she acting or does she really mean it 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

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  • Hermann van Pels
    for the Netherlands 1938 Hermann van Pels becomes a partner in Otto Frank s business July 13 1942 The van Pels family go into hiding in the secret annex August 4 1944 The people in hiding are arrested August 8 1944 The people in hiding are sent to the Westerbork transit camp the Netherlands September 3 1944 The people in hiding are deported to Auschwitz Birkenau extermination camp occupied Poland September 6 1944 Arrival at Auschwitz Hermann survives the first selection A few weeks later he is sent to the gas chambers Auguste van Pels Peter s mother Hermann s wife Auguste is a stylish and rather coquettish woman More Peter van Pels Hermann and Auguste s son Peter is a quiet boy who likes to work with his hands More Otto Frank Anne and Margot s father Edith s husband Otto sets up a business in the Netherlands After that his family can come over too More Anne writes Usually joins in the conversation never fails to give his opinion Once he s spoken his word is final If anyone dares to suggest otherwise Mr Van D can put up a good fight Oh he can hiss like a cat but I d rather he didn t His opinion is the best he knows the most about everything Granted the man has a good head on his shoulders but it s swelled to no small degree 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

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  • Auguste van Pels
    of April 1945 Auguste van Pels dies Hermann van Pels Father of Peter husband of Auguste Peter s father Auguste s husband Hermann gets irritable when he runs out of cigarettes More Peter van Pels Hermann and Auguste s son Peter is a quiet boy who likes to work with his hands More Anne writes If you analyze the discussions you realize she s not the subject but the guilty party Stirring up trouble now that s what she calls fun Stirring up trouble between Mrs Frank and Anne Margot and Mr Frank aren t quite as easy One she s hard working two cheerful three coquettish and sometimes a cute face That s Auguste van Pels 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 s goodness personified See also Teachers portal Lessons ideas and tips for school teachers and contemporary themes Teachers share their experiences This is what we do Guestbook Read the comments and leave one

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  • Peter van Pels
    Peter must join the so called death march Everyone who can walk must march to concentration camps further in the West January 25 1945 Peter is registered at Mauthausen concentration camp Austria Between 11 April and 5 May 1945 Peter dies in Mauthausen Hermann van Pels Father of Peter husband of Auguste Peter s father Auguste s husband Hermann gets irritable when he runs out of cigarettes More Auguste van Pels Peter s mother Hermann s wife Auguste is a stylish and rather coquettish woman More Anne Frank Daughter of Otto and Edith sister of Margot Otto and Edith s daughter Margot s sister Anne often plays the clown but has a serious side too More Anne writes 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 s goodness personified See also Teachers portal Lessons ideas and tips for school teachers and contemporary themes Teachers share their experiences This is what we do Guestbook Read the comments and leave

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  • Fritz Pfeffer
    annex August 4 1944 Fritz Pfeffer and the other people in hiding are arrested August 8 1944 The people from the secret annex are taken to Westerbork camp September 6 1944 Arrival at Auschwitz Fritz survives the selection October 1944 Deportation to Neuengamme concentration camp Germany December 20 1944 Fritz Pfeffer dies in Neuengamme End of 1945 Charlotte Kaletta discovers that Fritz is dead 1946 Werner leaves for the Unites States and changes his name to Peter Pepper April 9 1953 The marriage between Charlotte and Fritz is retrospectively set on 31 May 1937 February 15 1995 Peter Pepper dies Anne Frank Daughter of Otto and Edith sister of Margot Otto and Edith s daughter Margot s sister Anne often plays the clown but has a serious side too More Miep Gies Jan Gies wife Miep is a secretary at Otto Frank s company Opekta More Wat Anne over Fritz schrijft Mijnheer Pfeffer de man van wie altijd gezegd werd dat hij uitstekend met kinderen op kon schieten en ook van alle kinderen hield ontpopt zich als de meest ouderwetse opvoeder en preker van ellenlange manierenreeksen 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

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  • Miep Gies
    Opekta company July 16 1941 Miep marries Jan Gies Jun 1942 Otto Frank asks Miep if she will help if he and his family go into hiding August 4 1944 The people in hiding are arrested Miep and Bep are not taken with them They find Anne Frank s diary in the secret annex August 1944 Miep goes to the SD Nazi security police offices in Amsterdam to try to get the people in hiding released June 1945 Otto Frank has survived the war and comes to live with Miep and Jan Gies When they hear that Anne and Margot have died Miep gives Anne s diary to Otto Frank July 13 1952 Miep and Jan Gies have a son Paul Miep stops working at Opekta 1987 Miep writes a book Memories of Anne Frank January 26 1993 Jan Gies dies February 15 2009 Miep celebrates her 100th birthday January 11 2010 Miep Gies dies at the age of 100 Jan Gies Miep Gies husband Jan provides the people in the Annex with coupons for food and clothing More Bep Voskuijl Johan Voskuijl s daughter Bep is a secretary for Otto s company Pectacon More Otto Frank Anne and Margot s father Edith s husband Otto sets up a business in the Netherlands After that his family can come over too More Anne writes Miep often says she envies us because we have such peace and quiet here That may be true but she s obviously not thinking about our fear 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

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  • Bep Voskuijl
    t want her to write about personal matters which I might have revealed More July 5 1919 Born in Amsterdam 1922 1937 After elementary school Bep first becomes a maid and later works in a restaurant and as a seamstress 1937 Bep goes to work as a shorthand typist at Opekta Otto Frank s company 1938 Bep introduces her father to Otto Frank Her father becomes a supervisor in the Opekta warehouse June 1942 Bep is told about the plans to go into hiding 1942 1945 Bep keeps the people in hiding supplied with milk clothes language courses and other things May 25 1944 Bep gets engaged to Bertus Hulsman but shortly afterwards breaks off the engagement November 1945 Bep s father dies May 15 1946 Bep marries Cor van Wijk They have four children Ton Cor Joop and Anne Marie 1947 Bep leaves Opekta 1954 Bep is a witness at the Landesgericht National Court in Lübeck Germany She testifies to the authenticity of The Diary of Anne Frank in a case against a number of people who claim that the diary is a forgery May 6 1983 Bep dies at the age of 63 in Amsterdam Johan Voskuijl Bep s father Johan works for Otto Frank as a warehouse manager More Miep Gies Jan Gies wife Miep is a secretary at Otto Frank s company Opekta More Wat Anne over Bep schrijft Bep is geen achterhuis familielid maar wel een huis en tafelgenote Bep heeft een gezonde eetlust Laat niets staan is niet kieskeurig Met alles kan men haar plezieren en dat juist pleziert ons Vrolijk en goedgehumeurd gewillig en goedig dat zijn haar kenmerken 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

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