Anneliese Marie Frank was born in Frankfurt, Germany.
January 20, 1933
Hitler became chancellor of Germany and in the fall, the Franks moved to Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Anne Frank began attending Amsterdam's Sixth Montessori School.
The Nazi occupiers imposed anti-Jewish measures on the Netherlands. Anne and her sister were forced to attend an all-Jewish school.
June 12, 1942
Anne's parents gave her a diary. She named her diary “Kitty."
July 5, 1942
Margot got an official summons to report to a Nazi work camp in Germany. The next day, they moved to makeshift quarters in an empty space at the back of Otto Frank's company building- to which Anne refers to as the Secret Annex.
August 4, 1944
Everyone in the Annex are betrayed by an anonymous tip and are arrested. They are taken to a police station in Amsterdam and eventually to Westerbork transit camp.
October 30, 1944
Margot and Anne were transferred to Bergen-Belsen concentration camp on
Margot Frank died sometime at the age of 18 due to typhus. A few days later, Anne died due to the same illness.