10 Interesting Anne Frank Facts

The Anne Frank facts below hopefully will inspire millions of people in the world about the life a young girl who died because she was Jewish. The diary of Anne Frank has made the world open their eyes about an ordinary little girl who likes to play with her toy and to ride a bike. Her diary was firstly published in 1947 in Dutch.

1. Margot

Anne Frank had a sister named as Margot. Through her diary she described that she and Margot always played prank together. Anne decided the Margot character as serious and quite. In their hiding, she was close with her little sister, but she never shared any fear with her.

Anne Frank facts: Margot Cemetary

Anne Frank facts: Margot Cemetary

 

2. Anne Frank Death

Based on the Anne Frank facts, it can be stated that this little girl passed away in March 1945 when she was only fifteen years old. She died because of the epidemic typhus spreading around the camp. Anne and the other 17,000 prisoners were killed because of this poisonous gas.

Anne Frank facts: Anne Frank

Anne Frank facts: Anne Frank

 

3. Anne’s birthday

Anne Frank really loved her diary in which she called it as Kitty. This diary was a present given to her for her 13th birthday. For the time being, she liked to write her whole life in the diary including the fear, hopes and also happiness in her life.

Anne Frank facts: Anne Frank Diary

Anne Frank facts: Anne Frank Diary

 

4. Annex

Annex is a place situated in Amsterdam, Dutch. Anne Frank with her family lived there for about 2 years with seven other people. Three of them were her family while the rest is not.

Anne Frank facts: Anne Frank Photo

Anne Frank facts: Anne Frank Photo

 

5. Miep Gies and Bep Voskuijl

Miep Gies and Bep Voskuijl were the secretaries in Annex. Both had assisted Anne Frank’s family. They found the Anne’s diary and delivered it to her father named as Otto. Through the diary, her father knew that she was dead.

Anne Frank facts: Anne Frank Father

Anne Frank facts: Anne Frank Father

 

6. Diary publicity

The diary by Anne Frank is notorious all over the world. It was published in more than 30 languages. The people in America also read this diary when they were at school. This story of the diary was filmed in 1959.

Anne Frank facts: Anne Frank Playing

Anne Frank facts: Anne Frank Playing

 

7. Anne’s diary

This little girl had written her story in the diary from 12th June 1942 until 1st August 1944. This diary was covered by using red and white checker board pattern. This book actually is an autograph, but Anne utilized it as a diary.

Anne Frank facts: Anne's Handwriting

Anne Frank facts: Anne's Handwriting

 

8. Diary’s intention

The next of Anne Frank facts is about her intention in writing a diary. For the first time this little girl liked to write her own story and experience for herself but when she heard news on the radio talking about searching the eyewitness for Holocaust, she began to write about it.

Anne Frank facts: Anne Frank's family

Anne Frank facts: Anne Frank's family

 

9. Anne’s mother

Through her diary, it seemed that this little girl was a bit jealous with her sister, Margot. In her mind, she thought that her mother put Margot first. She was disappointed with her mother since her idea of the perfect mother could not be fulfilled well.

Anne Frank facts: Smiling Anne

Anne Frank facts: Smiling Anne

 

10. Anne Frank Arrest

August 4th 1944 was the most memorable time for Anne Frank since it was the time when she was caught by German Police. The Frank family was sent to Gestapo headquarters. Then they were delivered to Huis van Bewaring or House of Detention.

Anne Frank facts: Sweet Anne Frank

Anne Frank facts: Sweet Anne Frank

 

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One Response to 10 Interesting Anne Frank Facts
  1. sheilla says:

    Anne Frank was the most astonishing young girl, so brave I cant really imagine the fear she went through, this really shows how one man who is delusional, mad and driven by jealousy can organise a large army and officers more foolish than him to destroy innocents lives so innocents, deprived of birthday parties, the laughter of joyfull children in the playground, how on earth could you have played in a concentration with relatives shot and crematoriums never running cold, this is sick, I just wish there was hell fire to burn this nazis forever

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