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Someone betrayed the Frank family
and told the Nazis where they were
hiding.

betrayal


Anne and her family were herded into locked
railway cars to Auschwitz, a Nazi death camp
in Poland. The trip took two d...




When prisoners arrived at Auschwitz, some
were “selected” for immediate death. Others,
like Anne, were saved for wor...
Anne Frank
memorial.
Anne Frank Summary for Middle School Kids
Anne Frank Summary for Middle School Kids
Anne Frank Summary for Middle School Kids
Anne Frank Summary for Middle School Kids
Anne Frank Summary for Middle School Kids
Anne Frank Summary for Middle School Kids
Anne Frank Summary for Middle School Kids
Anne Frank Summary for Middle School Kids
Anne Frank Summary for Middle School Kids
Anne Frank Summary for Middle School Kids
Anne Frank Summary for Middle School Kids
Anne Frank Summary for Middle School Kids
Anne Frank Summary for Middle School Kids
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  1. 1. Someone betrayed the Frank family and told the Nazis where they were hiding. betrayal
  2. 2.  Anne and her family were herded into locked railway cars to Auschwitz, a Nazi death camp in Poland. The trip took two days and two nights. The sign above the entrance to the camp said, Arbeit Macht Frei –”Work will make you free.”
  3. 3.   When prisoners arrived at Auschwitz, some were “selected” for immediate death. Others, like Anne, were saved for work. Anne’s hair was shaved off. She lost weight, but according to a woman prisoner who was also at Auschwitz, Anne was “still lively and sweet.”
  4. 4. Anne Frank memorial.
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