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The Annex 8- incomplete

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  • 1. The Annex 8 Anne Frank project Luke Bishop
  • 2. Death Line Hermann van Pels September 1944* Fritz Pfeffer December 20, 1944 Edith Frank January 1945 Auguste van Pels February 1945* Margot Frank March 1945 Anne Frank March 1945** Peter van Pels May 5, 1945 Otto Frank August 19, 1980 * Month is approximate ** Anne died less than one week after Margot
  • 3. Who and When
    • Hermann van Pels- early September 1944 (6th?)
      • Auchwitz-Birkenau- gas chamber
    • Fritz Pfeffer- December 20, 1944
      •   Neuengamme- _______
    •   Edith Frank- January 6, 1945
      • Auschwitz-Birkenau- dies of sickness
    •   Auguste van Pels- Spring 1945
      • Theresienstadt Ghetto- sick
    • Margot Frank- March 1945
      • Bergen-Belsen- Typhus
    • Anne Frank- March 1945 (about one week after Margot)
      • Bergen-Belsen- Typhus
    • Peter van Pels- May 5, 1945
      • Mathausen- exaustion
    • Otto Frank- August 19, 1980
      • Birsfelden, Switzerland
  • 4. Hermann van Pels
    • August 4, 1944- discovered and brought to German jail for interrogation
    • August 8, 1944- taken to Westerbork by train
    • September 3, 1944- taken to Auschwitz-Birkenau
    • Shortly after, Hermann is declared incapable and is sent to the gas chamber
  • 5. Fritz Pfeffer
    • August 4, 1944- discovered and brought to German jail for interrogation
    • August 8, 1944- taken to Westerbork by train
    • September 3, 1944- taken to Auschwitz-Birkenau
  • 6. Edith Frank
    • August 4, 1944- discovered and brought to German jail for interrogation
    • August 8, 1944- taken to Westerbork by train
    • September 3, 1944- taken to Auschwitz-Birkenau
    • January 1945- dies of exhaustion
  • 7. Auguste van Pels
    • August 4, 1944- discovered and brought to German jail for interrogation
    • August 8, 1944- taken to Westerbork by train
    • September 3, 1944- taken to Auschwitz-Birkenau
    • November 1944- arrives at Bergen-Belsen
    • Spring 1945- probably dies on her way to Theresienstadt
  • 8. Anne and Margot Frank
    • August 4, 1944- discovered and brought to German jail for interrogation
    • August 8, 1944- taken to Westerbork by train
    • September 3, 1944- taken to Auschwitz-Birkenau
    • October 1944- transported to Bergen-Belsen
    • March 1945- die of Typhus
  • 9. Peter van Pels
    • August 4, 1944- discovered and brought to German jail for interrogation
    • August 8, 1944- taken to Westerbork by train
    • September 3, 1944- taken to Auschwitz-Birkenau
    • Late January 1945- taken to Mathausen concentration camp in Austria
    • May 5, 1945- dies of exaustion
  • 10. Otto Frank
    • August 4, 1944- discovered and brought to German jail for interrogation
    • August 8, 1944- taken to Westerbork by train
    • September 3, 1944- taken to Auschwitz-Birkenau
    • January 27, 1945- liberated from Auschwitz

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