Anne Frank Facts – Interesting and Surprising Facts About Anne Frank

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Interesting Facts About Anne Frank

When Anne Frank’s sister Margot got the deportation order to work in the Ghetto’s from Nazi concentration camp, the whole family decided to settle in a hiding place at Amsterdam on July 6th

On July 13, 1942, Van Pel’s family also joined the Frank’s family to secretly live in the “Secret Annex”.

On 1944, August 1st is the last word written by Anne Frank in her dairy and after which the story of Anne Frank is collective information.

On August 4, 1944, the Germans secured the Secret Annex and nobody knows who has given the information to the Germans.

On September 3, 1944, the Franks family and Van Pels family were sent to Auschwitz camps, which is called the largest Jewish Dehumanizing & extermination camp.

On October 28, 1944, Anne Frank and her sister Margot Frank got separated from their parents and were deported to Bergen-Belson concentration camp which is one of the Jewish extermination camps.

There are two published versions of Anne Frank’s Dairy, the un-cut version contains about Anne Frank speaking of her sexuality and the other is cut version.

Some of the parents feel inappropriate about the un-cut version of Anne Frank’s diary to be included in the school academics.

Anne Frank’s Secret Annex is located exactly at an Apartment, behind her Father’s business office room, which is owned by her Father Otto Frank’s company.

Most of the information in Anne Frank’s Dairy is written in the form of letters.