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  • 1. ANNE FRANK TIMELINE NAME:____________________________________ Anne Frank was a Jewish girl who lived during the time of Hitler’s reign. She and her family went into hiding for two years! During this time, she kept a diary that was later published and is one of the most famous accounts of Jewish victims of the Holocaust. Below is a timeline of important events in her life. Write the dates and events from the table in the correct order to complete the timeline. June 12, 1929 June 12, 1942 July 13, 1942 September 3, 1944 Anne and her sister Margot die at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. The Frank family moves to the Netherlands. The Frank family goes into hiding. Anne got a diary for her 13th birthday. March 1945 The Van Pels family joins the Frank family in hiding. July 6, 1942 The prisoners are moved to Auschwitz in a sealed cattle car. Anne Frank was born in Frankfurt, Germany. Summer 1933
  • 2. NAME:____________________________________ ANNE FRANK TIMELINE Photo from annefrank.org.uk June 12, 1929 June 12, 1942 July 6, 1942 Summer 1933 Anne Frank was born in Frankfurt, Germany. The Frank family moves to the Netherlands. July 13, 1942 Anne got a diary for her 13th birthday. The Frank family goes into hiding. March 1945 September 3, 1944 The Van Pels family joins the Frank family in hiding. The prisoners are moved to Auschwitz in a sealed cattle car. Anne and her sister Margot die at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.