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Hello friends, in this article I bring you interesting facts about the girl Anne Frank.
Anelis Marie Frank known as Anne Frank, is one of the most famous Jewish victims of the Holocaust because of her diary that was published after her death. She was born on June 12, 1929, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, ... but spent most of her life in Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands. She is the second daughter of Otto (1889-1980) and Edith Frank-Hollender (1900-). 1945), and younger sister Margo Frank (1926—1945).
When attacks on Jews became more frequent, the family hid in the attic of Otto Frank's office building in 1942, and two years later someone informed the Germans where they were, after which they were taken to a camp.
Ana's father, Otto Frank, the only survivor of the war, returned to Amsterdam and found his daughter's diary. The diary, in which Ana recorded her thoughts from June 12, 1942 to August 1, 1944, was published in 1947 in the original and partially abbreviated version in Dutch.
Anne Frank's father, Otto, survived Auschwitz and died in 1980 of lung cancer.
Parts of the famous diary of Anne Frank were removed before printing because Anne described the intimate parts of her body in it.
The concentration camp where Ana was was liberated by British troops just a few weeks after her death.
The only known video of Anna Frank was made on July 22, 1941. The girl from the next house was getting married, and Ana went out the window of her home in Amsterdam to see the bride and groom. The short video can be seen today thanks to this married couple who agreed to give it to the museum.
The diary of Anne Frank is banned in Lebanon due to the positive representation of Jews, Israel or Zionism.
Otto Frank wrote a letter to actress Audrey Hepburn in which he asked her if she wanted to play the character of Anne in the movie "Anne Frank's Diary", but she politely refused. It was speculated that the reason was that she did not want to remember the war traumas she survived in the Netherlands, but she claimed that she had a busy schedule and that she could not take the time for that role.
The Mormon Church has posthumously renamed Anne Frank Mormonism several times already. Mormons have a custom of posthumously baptizing people whose religion is not tied to Jesus Christ, as well as people who lived before Christ, in order to have the opportunity to accept this messiah and secure eternal life for themselves. The Jewish community has previously had objections to the frequent Mormon baptism of Holocaust victims and in 1995 entered into an agreement with their church that bans this activity, but they refuse to adhere to it.
SS officer Karl Josef Silberbauer, who captured Anne Frank and her family, became a member of the West German intelligence service after World War II. It is noted that he was one of the buyers of Anne Frank's Diary to see if he was mentioned in the book.
Ana's older sister Margo also had a diary, but it was never found. The existence of the older sister Frank's diary was noted by Ana in her diary, however, any search for him, which included both visitors and tourists who visited their home, was unsuccessful.
Ana addressed a person named Kitty in her diary. Some believe that Kitty is actually her friend Kate Kitty Aegiedi, while others claim that Ana borrowed the name Kitty from her favorite series of books Jop ter Hel in which the best friend of the heroine after whom the book is named is called Kitty.
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