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The Life of Annelies Marie Frank
Anne is born in Frankfurt, Germany.
June 12, 1929
Hitler becomes Chancellor of Germany and the Frank family moves to Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Approx. July, 1933
The German army invades the Netherlands.
May 10, 1940
Anne receives a diary for her 13th birthday.
June 12, 1942
Anne's older sister, Margot, receives a call-up notice to report for deportation to a forced-labor camp.
July 5, 1942
The Frank Family goes into hiding in the secret annex.
July 6, 1942
The van Pels, join the Franks in hiding.
July 13, 1942
Fritz Pfeffer, the eighth and final resident of the Secret Annex, joins the Frank and van Pels families.
November 16, 1942
The residents of the Secret Annex are betrayed and arrested. They are taken to a police station in Amsterdam and eventually to Westerbork transit camp.
August 4, 1944
The eight prisoners are transported in a sealed cattle car to Auschwitz on the last transport ever to leave Westerbork. At Auschwitz, the men are separated from the women.
Approx. September 3, 1944
Anne, Margot, and Mrs. van Pels are transported to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. Edith Frank remains in the women's subcamp at Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Edith Frank dies at Auschwitz-Birkenau.
January 6, 1945
Otto Frank is liberated from Auschwitz by the Russian army.
January 27, 1945
Anne and Margot Frank die at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp from typhus within days of each other.
Otto Frank receives a letter informing him that his daughters died at Bergen-Belsen. Miep Gies gives Anne's diary to Otto.
October 24, 1945
The first 1,500 copies of Anne's diary are published in Amsterdam.
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