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Annelies "Anne" Marie Frank was born on June 12 1929 in Frankfurt, Weimar in Germany. She was also the daughter of Otto Frank (1889-1980) and Edith Frank Hollander (1900-1945). She also had a sister, called Margot (1926-1945), that had been three years older then her. Anne Frank has been Jewish and turned into among the million victims of the Holocaust. Anne Frank claims her fame by writing a diary Diary of Anne Frank that captured released after she died. In that journal she expressed her hopes, fears, feelings and thoughts, she had during the Nazi persecution and World War II. Anne Frank lived in Frankfurt before on March 13 1933 Adolf Hitler won the election and became chancellor. After the Nazis took control over Germany, the Frank family started to fear that they weren't safe anymore. They made a decision to visit Aachen, in which Edith's mother lived. Otto Frank remained in Frankfurt and later he obtained an offer to become an important part of a business at Amsterdam, Netherland. So he moved there and arranged for the remaining part of the family to come. Even with all of the changes that had been going on it was hard for the family to leave Germany because it was their dwelling. In the autumn of 1933 the Remainder of the Franks came in Amsterdam. Meanwhile, the Otto helped build up the business and Margot and Anne began their school life in the Montessori School in which they found Jewish and also non-Jewish buddies. The sisters lived a very happy and normal childhood for the remainder of the 30's. But what changed on May 10 at 1940 when Germany attacked the Netherlands and succeeded. Anne wrote in her journal: "Later May 1940, the great times were few and far between; first there was war, then the capitulation and then the arrival of this German. That's when the trouble started to the Jews...