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Miep Gies Jan 11, 2010 weeks shy of her 101st birthday. Gies worked for Otto Frank’s Amsterdam pectin co. & was the main caretaker of the Franks, including Anne, and the four other Jews who hid for 25 months in the business’ back rooms. Those hiding in the Secret Annex managed, with the help of Gies, her husband & four co-workers, to evade capture by the Nazis until Aug. 1944. Dispersed to various concentration camps, only Anne’s father returned alive.

Miep Gies Jan 2010 weeks shy of her birthday. Gies worked for Otto Frank’s Amsterdam pectin co. & was the main caretaker of the Franks, including Anne frank.

Anne Frank with her mother, Edith. #AnneFrank  #amsterdam #worldwar2

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Edith Frank-Höllander with Margot Frank, Annes older sister,

Pictured is the famous diarist and author Anne Frank, who is one of the most known Jewish victims of the Holocaust. Anne Frank was a young girl who was born in Frankfurt, Germany, and lived most of her life in Amsterdam in the Netherlands. When the Nazis gained control of Germany in 1939, Anne Frank and her family moved to Amsterdam.

This Is The Secret Annex Where Anne Frank, Her Family & 4 Others Lived For 2 Years & 1 Month Until They Were Anonymously Betrayed To The Nazi Authorities, Arrested & Deported To Their Deaths In Concentration Camps

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Anne Frank Hideout Reconstruction Is Presented At Madame Tussauds Berlin

12 Mar 45: Anne Frank dies at the age of 15 of typhus in the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. She and her family were betrayed in Amsterdam on 03 Aug 44 after 2 years of hiding in concealed rooms in an office building. Her diary survives, however, and makes her perhaps the most renowned and discussed Jewish victim of the holocaust. More: http://scanningwwii.com/a?d=0312&s=450312 #WWII

Anne Frank writing at her desk in her room in the Merwedeplein apartment, Amsterdam

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Anne Frank, read carefully that page of her journal, she. was brilliant and…

Edith Frank witnessed her children leave Auschwitz, and became ill. She died of exhaustion in January 1945.

Edith Frank witnesses her children leave Auschwitz and becomes ill. She dies of exhaustion in January 1945

Peter van Pels (Peter Van Dann) Date of photo is not known.

Peter van Pels (Peter van Dann), who was in hiding with Anne Frank & her family.

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, parents and 4 others in a secret attic behind a bookcase.

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