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ANNE FRANK'S HOUSE
ANNE FRANK'S HOUSE

The Anne Frank House is a museum dedicated to the World War II Jewish writer Anne Frank, located in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on the banks of the Prinsengracht. Annelies Marie Frank, better known as Anne Frank, was born on June 12, 1929 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, under the Weimar government, lived most of her life in the Netherlands and died in February or March 1945 (about two months before the German surrender) in Bergen-Belsen, Germany; Bergen-Belsen in Nazi Germany, was a Jewish German teenager who wrote a diary, reported in the book The Diary of Anne Frank, as she hid with her family and four friends in Amsterdam during the German occupation of World War II in order to avoid the Holocaust. The family left Frankfurt for Amsterdam at the end of 1933 to escape the Nazi persecution of Jews, which had increased since Adolf Hitler came to power in January. As the dangers intensified in Amsterdam, which had been occupied by the Germans since May 1940, the Frank family went into hiding in July 1942 in a secret apartment in the annex of Otto Frank's Opekta company. Anne was around thirteen at the time. After two years in this refuge, the group is betrayed and deported to the Nazi extermination camps. Seven months after her arrest, Anne dies of typhus in the Bergen-Belsen camp, a few days after the death of her sister Margot, and a few weeks before the camp's liberation. Her father Otto, the group's sole survivor, returns to Amsterdam at the end of the war to learn that Anne's diary, in which she recounts her view of the events from June 12, 1942 to August 1, 1944, has been preserved. Convinced of the uniqueness of his daughter's work, Otto decided to have it published, and the original Dutch text was published in 1947 under the title Het Achterhuis: Dagboekbrieven van 12 Juni 1942 – 1 Augustus 1944 (The Annex House: Diary Notes from June 12, 1942 to August 1, 1944). Described as the work of a shrewd and perceptive mind, the work gives an intimate and distinctive view of daily life during the Nazi occupation, and this tragically fated diary of a teenage girl made Anne Frank one of the emblematic victims of the Shoah. Source Wikipédia

   
ANNE FRANK'S HOUSE
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ANNE FRANK'S HOUSE
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ANNE FRANK'S HOUSE
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ANNE FRANK'S HOUSE

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