Anne Frank Biography

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Anne Frank was a very sophisticated and bright young girl. She was influential to history because she was brave and helpful during the hard times of World War II. She helped us see what it was like during the holocaust since she logged everyday while in hiding.
Anne was born on June 12th, 1929. She went to Jewish Lyceum, a school established by the German occupiers under the Amsterdam Jewish council. Anne harbored interest in literature; she was very vivid girl but not a prodigy. She was also an out spoken, energetic, and extrovert person. She had enormous dark grey eyes, a little mouth and a brave heart. Anne had a love for movie stars, she collected there pictures and hung them around her room (Birsten, 10). Anne lived with her fairly wealthy family in Amsterdam, where her father had grew up. In the Frank family it was her father Otto, her mother Edith, and her older sister Margot. Her mother Edith’s family had lived in Amsterdam for more than 400 years. Edith was always teaching them great lessons in charity. Edith married Otto and moved to Frankfurt. Margot was born in 1926, Anne followed 3 years later. Margot was very kind and beautiful (Gies, 78). On Anne’s 13th birthday Otto gave
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In November 1942 an eight person joins them in hiding. Fritz Pfeffer, he was a dentist and an acquaintance of both the Franks and the Van Pels family. Four of Otto’s employees helped them. They were always living in constant fear of being discovered and captured. It wasn’t easy for eight people to live in such a small space (Lycett, 14).The atmosphere of the annex in the beginning were calm and pleasant, but the first conflict quickly arose. The people in the annex had to be extremely quiet during the day when people are at work in the warehouse below. There is a lot of tension due to the constant fear. Anne describes this much in her diary.

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