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  1. Otto Frank was the only one of the original 8 residents of the secret annex to survive.
  2. Otto Frank was the only member of the Frank family to survive.
  3. Otto Frank is the husband of Edith Frank and the father of Margot and Anne. (Web site)
  4. Otto Frank was a decorated army officer from World War I. She also had an older sister Margot Frank. (Web site)
  5. Otto Frank is the father of the famous Anne Frank whose diary has become a classic piece of lierature.


  1. Otto Frank's business was located in the front house. (Web site)
  2. Otto Frank wishes to keep the house unfurnished, and even without furniture, .
  3. This house was only about 2 blocks from our apartment Otto Frank was born on May 12, 1889 and died August 19, 1980.

Hermann Van Pels

  1. Mr. van Daan, whose real name was Hermann van Pels, is a businessman and friend of Otto Frank. (Web site)
  2. In 1938, Otto Frank started a second company in partnership with Hermann van Pels, a butcher, who had fled Osnabr--ck in Germany with his family.


  1. Stielau recanted his earlier statement, and Otto Frank did not pursue the case any further.
  2. Suijk claimed that Otto Frank gave these pages to him shortly before his death in 1980.
  3. Anne's aunt in Switzerland, Otto Frank 's sister.
  4. In 1963, Otto Frank and his second wife Elfriede Geiringer-Markovits set up the Anne Frank Fonds as a charitable foundation, based in Basel, Switzerland.
  5. Otto Frank Wikipedia Otto Frank, the father of Anne Frank, was being treated for typhus in the camp hospital at this time.
  6. In 1963, Otto Frank and his second wife Fritzi set up the Anne Frank Fonds as a charitable foundation, based in Basel, Switzerland.


  1. Businesses owned by Jews were to be liquidated and Otto Frank passed the business into the hands of trusted non-Jewish friends. (Web site)
  2. Otto Frank had anticipated the decree and had already turned his business over to non-Jewish colleagues Victor Kugler and Johannes Kleiman.
  3. Otto Frank could trace his heritage in Frankfurt back to the seventeenth century, and Edith Holländer Frank came from a prominent Aachen family. (Web site)
  4. In the summer of 1933, Otto Frank left Frankfurt to Amsterdam to set up a new business called the Dutch Opekta Company.

Van Pels

  1. Otto Frank retires with Peter van Pels to Peter's tiny room on the top floor. (Web site)
  2. Most of the prisoners, including Peter Van Pels, were herded along with the troops, but Otto Frank was in the camp infirmary and was left behind.
  3. The van Pels had been Otto Frank's partner at the Prinsengracht office for several years.

Miep Gies

  1. Their concealment was aided by Otto Frank's colleagues Johannes Kleiman, whom he had known since 1923, Miep Gies, Victor Kugler, and Bep Voskuijl. (Web site)
  2. Once Otto Frank finds out that neither Anne nor Margot survived the war, Miep Gies gives Anne's diary to her father.
  3. Cornelis Suijk, a longtime friend of Otto Frank and Miep Gies, works with the Anne Frank Center USA to educate students around the country about Anne Frank. (Web site)

Anne Frank

  1. The Hidden Life Of Otto Frank is a lively new biography provides important new clues to the question of who betrayed Anne Frank and her family to the Nazis.
  2. Otto Frank They (Anne Frank with her family members and others (eight in total) were taken to different concentration c amps.

Few Days

  1. Miep Gies It takes a few days before Otto Frank finds the strength to tell his family that his daughters, Anne and Margot, are dead.
  2. Anne's diary, discarded by the police as worthless, was found a few days later by Miep Gies, a loyal employee in Otto Frank's spice business. (Web site)
  3. Most of the pictures in it were taken by Otto Frank, who often photographed his two daughters.
  4. How have your impressions of him changed after reading a portrait rendered by a biographer rather than a The Biography of Otto Frank.
  5. Otto Frank Otto frank sent mail through the post and Anne’s sister even kept up with her homework via the mail.

Frank Survived

  1. Of the group of eight, only Otto Frank survived the war. (Web site)
  2. The Diary of a Young Girl Publication of the diary Otto Frank survived and returned to Amsterdam. (Web site)

Jan Gies

  1. June 3, 1945: Otto Frank arrives in Amsterdam, where he is reunited with Miep and Jan Gies. (Web site)
  2. A friend of Otto Frank 's, she was also Miep and Jan Gies's landlady.
  3. Of all eight occupants of the annex, Otto Frank was the only one to return.
  4. The bottom floor was Otto Frank's business, and then up top is where they hid, in the Secret Annex.

Original Diary

  1. Otto Frank used her original diary, known as "version A", and her edited version, known as "version B", to produce the first version for publication.
  2. Otto Frank, in his last will, gave the original diary to the state of Holland to the War Documentation Center in Amsterdam.
  3. After Otto Frank's death in 1980, the original diary pages were given to the Netherlands State Institute for War Documentation. (Web site)


  1. She met Otto Frank in 1924 and they married on his thirty-sixth birthday, May 12, 1925, at Aachen's synagogue.
  2. On June 12, 1942, Otto Frank gave his daughter Annelies Marie a birthday gift, a red and white autograph book she had admired in a shop window.


  1. The authors of this Netherlands Institute "critical edition" deal severely with the evidence and witnesses advanced by Otto Frank. (Web site)
  2. His statement corroborated the version of events that had previously been presented by witnesses such as Otto Frank.


  1. Only her father, Otto Frank, survived the camp and would be able to tell about the arrest. (Web site)
  2. There she met Otto Frank when she applied for the post of temporary secretary in his spice company, Opekta, in 1933.
  3. Miep had saved Anne's diary after her arrest, hoping to return it to Anne, now gave it to Otto Frank.
  4. The museum was set up after the War by Otto Frank, Annes father, who survived the war and concentration camp.


  1. In a small floor hidden above Otto Frank's old workplace the two families are aided by faithful friends and employees.
  2. Otto Frank's secretary, Miep Gies, along with three other employees, are the primary helpers who bring supplies and visit those in hiding. (Web site)


  1. Edith-Frank-Holl--nder and her daughters moved in with her mother in Aachen in June 1934 until Otto Frank found accommodation in Amsterdam.
  2. She was the second daughter of Otto Frank and Edith Frank-Holl-nder, both of Jewish families that had lived in Germany for centuries.
  3. October 24, 1945: Otto Frank receives a letter telling him that his daughters died at Bergen-Belsen. (Web site)
  4. After reading his daughter's words, Otto Frank is greatly moved and points out that he like many parents didn't know his child in many ways.
  5. She was the second daughter of Otto Frank and Edith Frank-Hollander; her sister Margot was three years older. (Web site)


  1. Otto Frank later recalled that he had urged Peter to hide and remain behind with him, rather than set out on the forced march. (Web site)
  2. Otto Frank Biography Otto Frank to hide him and his family from the Nazis.


  1. Otto Frank's offices were in the front of the building, with the Achterhuis in the rear.
  2. As persecutions against the Jewish population increased, the family went into hiding in July 1942 in hidden rooms in her father Otto Frank's office building.
  3. Bep Voskiujl is a twenty-three year-old typist who works in the office of Otto Frank's company in the same building as the hideaways. (Web site)
  4. She consulted Otto Frank, who, with his and the van Pels family, was being hidden by her in secret rooms in the Franks' office building. (Web site)


  1. One week later, they were joined by Otto Frank's business partner and his family. (Web site)
  2. During their appeal, a team of historians examined the documents in consultation with Otto Frank, and determined them to be genuine.
  3. Wiesenthal requested the help of Anne's father, Otto Frank, who refused on the grounds that their betrayer, not the arresting officer should bear the blame.
  4. Otto Frank, barely alive, was discovered by the Russian army that liberated Auschwitz.
  5. At the gates of Auschwitz, Otto Frank was separated from his family for the last time.


  1. When he asked Otto Frank how long they had been in hiding, Frank answered "Two years and one month".
  2. Otto Frank tried to placate them by reminding them of Anne's youth and of the unflattering portraits of some of the other people in hiding. (Web site)
  3. Otto Frank On August 8, 1944, the eight people in hiding are taken to Westerbork by passenger train.


  1. They had already chosen the place -- an annex of rooms above Otto Frank's office at 263 Prinsengracht in Amsterdam.
  2. Knowing that his family would soon be deported, Otto Frank began preparing a hiding place in the annex with a two-year supply of food and other essentials. (Web site)

Otto Frank

  1. In 1976, Otto Frank took action against Heinz Roth of Frankfurt, who published pamphlets stating the diary was a forgery.
  2. After the Franks were arrested, Miep rescued Anne's diary and returned it to Otto Frank after the war. (Web site)
  3. The court ruled in each case that if a further complaint was made by an injured party, such as Otto Frank, a charge of slander could follow.


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