Margot Frank, sister of Anne died in concentration camp Bergen-Belsen from typhus. March 1945.

Margot Frank, sister of Anne died in concentration camp Bergen-Belsen from typhus. March 1945.

Anne Frank and sister . Anne Frank kept a diary during the war. She and her family were hidden from the Nazi's in the attic of a house in Holland and then they were apprehended in 1944 and Anne died in Bergen-Belsen prison camp from Typhus.                                                                                                                                                      More

Margot Frank - the forgotten sister of Anne Frank

Anne Frank and sister . Anne Frank kept a diary during the war. She and her family were hidden from the Nazi's in the attic of a house in Holland and then they were apprehended in 1944 and Anne died in Bergen-Belsen prison camp from Typhus. More

Margot Frank (16 February 1926 – early March 1945) was the elder daughter of Otto and Edith Frank, and the older sister of Anne Frank. - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margot_Frank -- (via Sandy https://www.pinterest.com/pin/333407178637379344/ )

Margot Frank - the forgotten sister of Anne Frank

Margot Frank (16 February 1926 – early March 1945) was the elder daughter of Otto and Edith Frank, and the older sister of Anne Frank. - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margot_Frank -- (via Sandy https://www.pinterest.com/pin/333407178637379344/ )

Margot Frank’s (sister of Anne Frank) official Reich call up for work duty—the catalyst that sent the family into their secret annex.

Margot Frank’s (sister of Anne Frank) official Reich call up for work duty—the catalyst that sent the family into their secret annex.

Miep and Jan Gies, the Dutch couple who hid Anne Frank, her sister, Margot Frank,  her parents, Otto and Edith Frank, Hermann van Pels, his wife Auguste, their son, Peter, and Dr. Fritz Pfeffer in a secret attic behind a moveable bookcase. Their profound heroism, the chances they took, the risk to their own lives, their extraordinary loyalty, is truly humbling and remarkable.

Miep and Jan Gies, the Dutch couple who hid Anne Frank, her sister, Margot Frank, her parents, Otto and Edith Frank, Hermann van Pels, his wife Auguste, their son, Peter, and Dr. Fritz Pfeffer in a secret attic behind a moveable bookcase. Their profound heroism, the chances they took, the risk to their own lives, their extraordinary loyalty, is truly humbling and remarkable.

This photo shows Margot Frank, Otto Frank, Anne Frank and Edith Frank-Holländer on the Merwedeplein square in Amsterdam. It is the only photo which shows the whole family together. It was taken in 1941. Anne is then 12 years old.

This photo shows Margot Frank, Otto Frank, Anne Frank and Edith Frank-Holländer on the Merwedeplein square in Amsterdam. It is the only photo which shows the whole family together. It was taken in 1941. Anne is then 12 years old.

The members of the Secret Annex:  Edith Frank, Margot Frank, Anne, Otto Frank,  Auguste van Pels, Peter van Pels, Hermann van  Pels and Dr Fritz Pfeffer.

The Secret Annex Online

The members of the Secret Annex: Edith Frank, Margot Frank, Anne, Otto Frank, Auguste van Pels, Peter van Pels, Hermann van Pels and Dr Fritz Pfeffer.

In July 1942, Margot Frank received a call-up notice from the Central Office for Jewish Emigration ordering her to report for relocation to a work camp in Germany. The day after receiving this letter, she went into hiding with her family at her father's office building. They were later joined by four other Jewish refugees and remained hidden for two whole years until they were betrayed on 4 August, 1944 by someone who was never apprehended and identified.

In July 1942, Margot Frank received a call-up notice from the Central Office for Jewish Emigration ordering her to report for relocation to a work camp in Germany. The day after receiving this letter, she went into hiding with her family at her father's office building. They were later joined by four other Jewish refugees and remained hidden for two whole years until they were betrayed on 4 August, 1944 by someone who was never apprehended and identified.

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