Anne Frank
Alex R.
Life During Hiding
  • Anne wrote in her diary of the intense rage
  • Anne shared a room with a denist Miep Giesth
  • Edith Frank lacked sensitivity and sweetness required of a good mother
  • Anne and Margot shared a bedroom
  • everybody speaked soflty at all times
  • they were all taught English,French,Math,and History
  • her hobby during hiding was creating family trees of royal families
  • they peolpe they lived with catered for all of their needs
  • Anne remained closest emotionally to her father
  • typhus epidamic spread through the camp killing an estimaded 17000
  • they had a routine when living in the annex
  • Annex where anne and her family stayed during the whole holocaust until they left for camp
Family Life/Before Hiding
  • Annes best friends names was Hanneli
  • picture of Annefrank of younger years
  • met for first time in 1934
  • they made ping-pong club with her friends
  • Anne went to Montessori school
  • Margot liked arithmetic and anne loved writing
  • for Annes 13 birthday she got a small notebook
  • her and her family were forced to wear yellow star
  • in her Diary she wrote about herself, family and friends and the boys she flirts with
  • July 1942 Margot recived a call-up notice from Auswanderug ordering her to report for relacation to work camp
  • the family was going into hiding in rooms above and behind the companys premised on the Prinsengrucht a street along one of Amsterdams
  • picture of Anne's sister margot
Diary of Anne Frank
*She wrote about her life,family,and,companions
  • her original diary was called version A
  • her edited verson was called version B
  • The first American version was published in 1952
  • in 1999 the Holocaust Education Foundation anounced he had 5 pages that were of the diary
  • Efforts have been made to discredit the diary
  • 1976 Heinz Roth who published pamphelts stating the diary was a forgery
  • when diary was in the lab they said Anne Frank used ballpiont pen
  • Ballpoint pens didnt become widley avaible until after the end of WW2
  • When Otto Frank died the orginal diary had been sent to the Netherlands Institute for War Documentation
  • The deniers wrote a book and said that Otto Frank wrote the diary
This is the excerpt of her diaryimages.jpegexternal image frank_museum.jpg
  • The Anne Frank House opened May 3,1960
  • Anne Frank writitng inspired many people
  • The AFH had become Amsterdam's main tourist attractions and is visted by more that half a million people each year
  • In 1963 Otto Frank and second wife Elfriede Geiringer markouts set up the Anne Frank Fonds as a chartitable foundation
  • It has aimed to educate young people against rasisum and has loaned some of Anne Franks papers to the untied States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C for exibition in 2003

Megan H.
Family Life/Before Hiding
  • Anneliese Marie Frank was born on June 12,1929.
  • Older sister's name was Margot Betti.
  • Her parent's names were Otto and Edith Frank.Anne_Frank.jpeg
  • Was 14 years old when the Holocaust started.
  • Her family had solid roots in Germany.
  • Lived on 24 Ganghoferstrasse in Poets' Quaters before the Holocaust.
  • Anne's family were Reformed Jews, which are people who are Jewish but they don't observe some customs.
  • Was lively, funny, and outgoing.
  • Had many friends who were Jews and non- Jews.
  • The notebook she recieved was actually a autograph book, but she wanted to use it as a diary.
  • Time line from the time she was born til' she died in a concentration camp.

Life During Hiding/ Concentration Camps
  • Hide in a secret annex above her father's business with her family and other friends.
  • Secret annex was hidden behind a movable bookcase.
  • The Franks and the other people in the secret annex had helpers who were non-Jews helping them. They included Miep Gies, Joannes Kleiman, Victor Kugler, and Bep Voskuijl. They were all employee's of Otto Frank's.
  • Helpers came to the secret annex everyday and talked about buisness, politics, food, wartime diffuculties, books, and newspapers.
  • During hiding, Anne and the other members in the secret annex had to be so quiet that they couldn't even flush the toliet.
  • Spent over two years in the secret annex.
  • Anne and the others in the secret annex were found on August 4,1944 at 10:30 a.m.
  • Everyone from the annex had to go a jail, which was ran by the Germans.
  • When captured, the two helpers Miep Gies and Bep Voskuijl rescued Anne's diary and papers and later gave them to Otto after the war.
  • Everyone from the annex was later sent to Auschwitz-Birkenau.
  • In October 1944, Margot and Anne were taken to the concentration camp Bergen-Belsen.
  • During their stay in Bergen-Belsen, they both became ill with typhus fever and later died.
  • Died when she was only 15 years old.

Diary and Museum
  • After the war, Otto recieved Anne's diary and loose papers that expressed her true feelings.
  • Her diary has been translated into 67 languages.
  • Wrote in her diary during hiding in Amsterdam.
  • The diary begins just before the family retreated to the secret annex.
  • In her diary, Anne feels hope, frustration, clashes with her parents, and observations of the people around her.
  • First copy of her diary was in Dutch in 1947.
  • Her diary is considered to be one of the key texts of the 20th century.
  • As of 2004, over 25 million copies have been sold.
  • Passages from the diary were meticulously written.
  • The former hiding place of the Frank's is now a museum that is called the Anne Frank House.
  • Her diary is on display in the Anne Frank House.
  • Has been a museum since 1960.
  • The orginial wallpaper and pictures are still hanging in the museum.
  • Anne and Margot's growth charts are still in the museum.

Anne's Famous Quotes
  • " No one has ever become poor by giving".
  • " It's really a wonder that I haven't dropped all my ideals, because they seem so absurd and impossible to carry out. Yet I keep them, because in spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart".
** " The good news is that you don't know how great you can be! How much you can love! What you can accomplish! And what your potential is!"
  • Alison G.
  • YellowStar.jpgFull name: Annelies Marie Frank
  • Born on June 12th 1929
  • Born in Frankfurt, Germany
  • Parents names are Otto and Edith
  • Edith born on January 16, 1900
  • Father born on May 12, 1889
  • Edith's maden name is Holländer
  • Franks are reform Jews (Jews that "observe" some traditions, but not all customs)
  • Otto was in WWI
  • She planned to become a writer
  • Got her diary on her 13th birthday
  • She used her diary as her one true friend, and called it "Kitty"
  • Margot Betti, Anne's sister, got a notice fom the SS that she was to work at a labor camp
  • She was talkative and popular
  • Her diary is written about her life from June 12th 1942 - August 1st 1944
  • Anne thought hiding would be a fun adventure at first
  • Otto had already been turning his office for the company Opteka into a hiding blace by the Nazis invaded
  • They hid in the "Secret Annex" in her father, Otto's office.
  • Jan Gies and Johannes Hendrik Voskuijl were their only contact to the outside world
  • In late July, another family, the van Pels family, hid with them
  • And soon after, another man, Pfeffer did too
  • She "developed a romance" with Peter van Pels
  • Frequently spent summers in Aachen, Germany with her grandma
  • Arrested on August 4, 1944
  • Anne had heard that diaries and letters were being published about their experiences
  • She edited her diary and changed people's names
  • There ended up two versions of her diary, "Version A" is her original, "Version B" is her edit
  • Taken to the Gestapo HQ for interrigation
  • Sent to a work camp in Westerbork, The Netherlands
  • Sent to Auschwitz
  • Forced to strip naked, get her head shaved, and get a number identifying tattoo
  • Got infected with scabies
  • Edith dies in Auschwitz
  • After about another month, Margot, are sent to Bergen-Belsen
  • They both get typhus and Margot dies in March of 1945
  • Anne dies shortly after
  • She was 15 when she died
  • Miep Gies, their former "helper", gave the diary to Anne's father after the war
  • Her father gave the diary to a historian who unsuccesfully tried to get it published
  • Her husband wrote an article about it that helped get it published
  • The first American edition was published in 1952 titled: Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

This picture's text translates to "This is a photo as I would wish myself to look all the time. Then I might have a chance to go to Hollywood."
Anne and Margot Frank's grave
The Diary of Anne Frank
The Yellow Star that the Jews had to wear

Meg E.
famous Anne quotes
  • "Forgive me, Kitty, they don't call me a bundle of contradictions for nothing!"
  • "God never deserted our people. Right through the ages there were Jews. Through the ages they suffered, but it also made us strong."
  • "How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before beginning to improve the world."

Anne Frank Movie
  • born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany
  • full name: Annelies Marie Frank
  • father Otto, mother Edith Hollander, sister Margot
  • outspoken, energetic
  • Anne liked to write, she wanted to be writer when she grew up
  • the Franks and the van Pels went into hiding on July, 6 1942
  • Fritz Pfeffer- a dentist joined their hiding place
  • Anne called their hiding place the "Secret Annex"
  • hiding place was Otto's previous work office
  • Victor Kugler, Johannaes Kleiman, Miep Gies, & Bep Vaskuijl were helpers- brought them clothing, food, news of war, etc.
  • August 4, 1944- hiding place raided by German Security Police
  • taken to Gestapo
  • transferred to Huis van Bewaring then to Westerbrok
  • from there to Auschwitz
  • eveyone survived selection
  • slave labour
  • Oct. 28- relocated to Bergen- Belsen
  • mother left behind
  • Mar. 1945- Typhus epidemic started
  • Margot died from falling out of bed when she was weak
  • Anne died a few weeks later