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Margot Frank —45 was her older sister. The Franks were Jewsand they lived with many Jewish and non-Jewish citizens. Anne and Margot grew up with CatholicProtestantand Jewish friends. The Frank family did not follow all the customs of Judaism.
Edith Frank was very religiousthough her husband was more interested in studying. He had a large libraryand both parents encouraged the children to read. Acts of Antisemitism began almost immediately.
The Franks were afraid of what might happen to them if they stayed in Germany. Therefore, later that year, Edith and the children went to Aachen. Otto remained in Frankfurt, but after getting an offer to start a company in Amsterdam, he moved there to begin the business and to find a place to live with his family.
The Franks were included in theJews who ran away from Germany between and The apartment block on the Merwedeplein where the Frank family lived from until Otto Frank began working at the Opekta Works.
Opteka was a company that sold pectin. By FebruaryEdith and the children had arrived in Amsterdam, and Anne and Margot began going to school. Margot went to public school and Anne went to a Montessori school.
Margot liked maths, and Anne enjoyed reading and writing. Her friend Hanneli Goslar later remembered that from when she was young, Anne often wrote, though she tried to hide what she wrote and did not like talking about it.
Margot and Anne had very different personalities. Margot was polite, quiet, and thoughtful, while Anne was brave, energeticand friendly. InOtto Frank started a second company, Pectacon. Pectacon sold herbssalts and mixed spices that were used to make sausages.
Hermann van Pels worked at Pectacon as a helper about spices. He was a Jewish butcher. InEdith's mother came to live with the Franks. She stayed with them until she died in January In MayGermany invaded the Netherlands.
The government began to hurt Jews by making rules and laws about their freedom. The Frank sisters were both studying well and had many friends.
But a new law that Jewish children could only go to a Jewish school made them move to a Jewish school. The companies that Otto Frank worked at still gave him some money, but they became poorer.
It was not enough to support their family. Before hiding For her 13th birthday on 12 JuneAnne Frank got a book she had shown her father a few days before. It was actually an autograph book with red-and-white cloth and a small lock on the front, but Anne decided to use it as a diary.
She began writing in it almost immediately. Most of her first writings are about normal parts of her life, but she also wrote about some other things.
Otto Frank told his family that they would hide in rooms above and behind the place where his company worked on the Prinsengracht. The Prinsengracht was a street next to one of Amsterdam's canalswhere some of his most trusted employees would help them. The notice to Margot made them move a few weeks earlier than they had expected.
Hiding Anne's father, Otto Frank, was scared that the Nazis would find him, and his family. He wanted to protect his family. He spoke to some of the people who worked in his business.
One of them was a young woman of about 33 years old, and was named Miep Gies.Anne Frank was born on June 12, in Frankfurt, Germany. Her father, Otto Frank, was a respected businessman and a solid member of the city's Jewish community--he could trace his family in the city's archives all the way back to the seventeenth century.
Anne and her older sister Margot grew up in. Early Years. She was born Annelies Marie Frank on June 12, , in Frankfurt, Germany. Her parents were Otto and Edith Frank. For the first 5 years of her life, Anne lived with her parents and older sister, Margot, in an apartment on the outskirts of Frankfurt.
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Until the day they arrested her/5(29). Biography of Anne Frank Anne Frank was born on June 12, in Frankfurt, Germany. Her father, Otto Frank, was a respected businessman and a solid member of the city's Jewish community--he could trace his family in the city's archives all the way back to the seventeenth century.