Anne Frank She was an ordinary German Jewish girl She became famous after her death because of her diary. Through her diary people were able to see what life was for a Jew and the sacrifices people made to stay alive during world war || .
Her Diary Anne received this diary as a gift from her parents on her 13th birthday. She named her diary Kitty. Her diary was first published as a book in Dutch Her father Otto Frank had the diary published.
Facts About The Life Of Anne Frank June 12, 1929 - Anne Frank born in Frankfurt, Germany. Her parents were Otto and Edith Frank Anne Frank's sister was called Margot Her father was an officer in the German army in World War I 1933 - Adolf Hitler's Nazi party come to power in Germany Hitler begins his campaign against the Jews Anne Frank and her family move to Amsterdam 1933 where they hope to be safe from the Nazi Germans. May, 1940 - the Germans invade the Netherlands
May 1942 - all Jews aged six and older are required to wear a yellow Star of David on their clothes to set them apart from non-Jews. Jews are arrested just for being Jews. July 6, 1942 - Frank family go into hiding June 14 1943 - Anne starts writing her diary
August 4, 1944- Their hiding place is discovered and they are arrested. September 3, 1944 - Frank family are transported to the Auschwitz death camp in Poland. October, 1944, Anne and Margot are transported from Auschwitz to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Germany. March 1945 - Anne dies in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, from Typhus
Hitler made laws of what Jews could and couldn’t do Jews were required to wear a yellow star, Jews were forbidden to use trams, Jews were required to turn in their bicycles, Jews were forbidden to use any public sports centres, Jews were not allowed to watch any form of entertainment and so on”
Jews were forced to wear a Yellow Star of David to set them apart from non jews
Jews standing in a queue to be sent to the concentration camps. Jews were arrested because they were Jews and sent to concentration camps where they were ill treated or killed.
German Concentration Camps For Jews Jews starved at the concentration camps. Many Jews sharing a bed.
By the end of World War II, six million Jews were killed because they were, in Hitler's eyes, 'different'.