How did Anne Frank change the world?

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Anne Frank. Anne Frank is perhaps the most well-known Jewish victim of the Nazi Holocaust of World War II. Betrayed and discovered in 1944, Anne was sent to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, where she died of typhus in 1945. Anne's father, Otto Frank, was the only occupant of the secret annex to survive the war.

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Similarly, you may ask, how did Anne Frank impact the world?

Anne Frank's diary has become famous throughout the world. The diary provides a vivid and poignant glimpse into the world of a young Jewish girl living in Nazi occupied Holland. Anne wrote diary while hiding from the Nazis in an Amsterdam warehouse. She was just 13 when she and her family went into hiding.

Also Know, how did Anne Frank die? Typhus fever

Accordingly, what did Anne Frank accomplish?

Notable Accomplishments The group was eventually discovered and deported to concentration camps; only her father would survive. Anne's diary was saved after she was deported and was published in 1947. It has become one most widely read books in the world.

Why is Anne Frank so important?

Anne Frank received her diary as a gift on her thirteenth birthday in 1942. At first, it was her place to record observations about friends and school and her innermost thoughts. But when she and her family went into hiding the month after the diary began, it became a war document.

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What does Anne Frank's diary teach us?

Anne Frank's diary taught that we don't really need all the stuff that we think we really "need", like a TV, or a smartphone.

Where is Anne Frank's diary?

Anne Frank House

Where is Anne Frank buried?


Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, Germany

What nationality was Anne Frank?

Weimar
German

Who inspired Anne Frank?

When the Minister of Education of the Dutch government in England made an appeal on Radio Orange to hold on to war diaries and documents, Anne was inspired to rewrite her individual diaries into one running story, titled Het Achterhuis (The Secret Annex). The diary Anne receives for her 13th birthday.

Who lived in the Secret Annex?

During WWII, Anne Frank's family hid in the Secret Annex for over 2 years, with the Van Pels family and Fritz Pfeffer.

What was written in Anne Frank's diary?

Anne wrote 34 tales. About her schooldays, things that happened in the Secret Annex, or fairytales she invented herself. The Book of Beautiful Sentences. These were not her own texts, but sentences and passages she copied from books she read in the hiding place.

Who is Anne Frank's best friend?


Jacqueline van Maarsen

Where did Anne stay before going to Holland?

Not long after that, on 6 July, the family went into hiding in a secret annex to the house at Prinsengracht 263 (now the Anne Frank House museum).

Who survived Anne Frank House?

The camp was liberated by American troops on 5 May 1945. According to a list kept by the medical staff, Peter van Pels died on 10 May 1945. He was 18 years old.

How did Anne Frank get discovered?

On Aug. 4, 1944, they went to investigate 263 Prinsengracht—the same building where Anne and her family were hiding—after receiving tips of fraudulent food-ration cards and illegal employment happening there. When they came to raid the building, they unexpectedly discovered Anne and the others.

When were concentration camps discovered?

The camps were liberated by the Allied forces between 1944 and 1945. The first major camp, Majdanek, was discovered by the advancing Soviets on July 23, 1944.

Who was the only survivor of Anne Frank's family?


But when Anne's father, Otto Frank, returned to Amsterdam at the end of World War II, having been liberated from Auschwitz, he was the lone survivor of the family. Anne Frank had died at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp three months before her 16th birthday.

How old was Anne Frank when died?

15 years (1929–1945)

What happened to those who hid Anne Frank?

On January 11, 2010, Miep Gies, the last survivor of a small group of people who helped hide a Jewish girl, Anne Frank, and her family from the Nazis during World War II, dies at age 100 in the Netherlands.