Anne Frank (1929-1945) achieved worldwide fame after her death from typhus in March of 1945 in the Nazi concentration camp Bergen-Belsen through the publication of her diary, in which she described the lives of eight Jews in hiding in the city of Amsterdam between June of 1942 and August of 1944.
Anne Frank was born on June 12, 1929, in Frankfurt, Germany. Her father, Otto, was the son of wealthy parents. He attended the classical gymnasium and served as a lieutenant of the German army in World War I. Following the loss of his parent's fortune during the 1920s' inflation in Germany, he was able to establish himself as a businessman in Frankfurt, specializing in banking and in the promotion...Read more
- June 12, 1929
- March 01, 1945
- Holocaust victim
- Frank, Annelies Marie
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