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  1. 6 de may. de 2024 · Anne Frank (born June 12, 1929, Frankfurt am Main, Germany—died February/March 1945, Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, near Hannover) was a Jewish girl whose diary of her family’s two years in hiding during the German occupation of the Netherlands became a classic of war literature.

  2. › wiki › Anne_FrankAnne Frank - Wikipedia

    Hace 6 días · Annelies Marie Frank ( German: [ˈanə (liːs maˈʁiː) ˈfʁaŋk] ⓘ, Dutch: [ˌɑnəˈlis maːˈri ˈfrɑŋk, ˈɑnə ˈfrɑŋk] ⓘ; 12 June 1929 – c. February or March 1945) [1] was a German -born Jewish girl who kept a diary in which she documented life in hiding under Nazi persecution during the German occupation of the ...

  3. 10 de may. de 2024 · Jewish teenager Anne Frank wrote a well-known account of the Holocaust, often called ‘The Diary of Anne Frank.’ Read about her diary, family, death, and more.

  4. Hace 4 días · Fr. Francis Wahle, who died May 14 at the age of 94, was one of nearly 10,000 Jewish children who escaped Nazi Europe through the mass evacuation known as the Kindertransport, which took them to Britain shortly before the outbreak of World War II. Fr. Francis Wahle (1929-2024), a priest of England’s Westminster diocese.

  5. 24 de abr. de 2024 · BBC. 24 Apr. 13:03. Witness History. The Diary of Anne Frank. One of the most powerful accounts of the Holocaust was published in June 1947. BBC World Service. Available for over a year. 9...

  6. Hace 5 días · Anne (6 February 1665 – 1 August 1714) was Queen of Great Britain and Ireland following the ratification of the Acts of Union on 1 May 1707, which merged the kingdoms of Scotland and England. Before this, she was Queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland from 8 March 1702. Anne was born during the reign of her uncle King Charles II.

  7. 22 de abr. de 2024 · Anne Frank House, museum dedicated to German Jewish diarist Anne Frank located in the canal house in Amsterdam, Netherlands, where Frank and her family and four other Jewish people hid from Nazis from 1942 until they were betrayed and discovered by the Gestapo in 1944. The museum, which opened in 1960, also includes two adjacent buildings.