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How long were the Franks in concentration camp?

How long were the Franks in concentration camp?

Anne Frank was a German girl and Jewish victim of the Holocaust who is famous for keeping a diary of her experiences. Anne and her family went into hiding for two years to avoid Nazi persecution.

What concentration camp did Anne Frank die at?

Bergen-Belsen concentration camp
Jewish Anne Frank hid in 1942 from the Nazis during the occupation of the Netherlands. Two years later she was discovered. In 1945 she died in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.

When did Anne Frank come out of hiding?

‘A short man came in, holding a revolver that was pointed at me.’ Friday, 4 August 1944 was a warm and sunny day in Amsterdam. To the people in hiding, it was the 761th day in the Secret Annex, more than two years since the day Anne and her family had entered the hiding place on 6 July 1942.

What was life like for Anne Frank in Bergen Belsen?

In Bergen-Belsen, Anne Frank ran into children she had known in Amsterdam. She talked to Nanette Blitz and Hanneli Goslar, for example, two girls she had gone to school with. In the winter of 1944-1945, the situation in Bergen-Belsen deteriorated. There was little food, and the camp was filthy and crawling with vermin. Many prisoners fell ill.

When did the arrest of Anne Frank happen?

On 4 August 1944, Anne Frank and the other people in hiding were discovered and arrested. In this reconstruction, you will learn what we know about this day, when what they had feared for so long finally happened.

How big was Anne Frank when she was born?

Anne Frank was born on 12 June 1929 in Frankfurt, at the Maingau Red Cross Hospital. She weighed over 8 pounds and was 54 cm long. Margot was taken to see her the next day and very happy with the arrival of her baby sister. Ten days later, Anne and her mother Edith were allowed to go home.