This is Fritz Pfeffer in 1939. Anne Frank shares a small room with him in the Secret Annex for over eighteen months. They don’t get along very well, and often argue.

In October Fritz Pfeffer is moved to Neuengamme concentration camp. Pfeffer dies in the sick bay on 20 December 1944

Fritz Pfeffer and Charlotte Kaletta in Noordwijk, the netherlands, 1939. This man was in hiding with Anne Frank.

Dussell aka Fritz Pfeffer and Charlotte Kaletta in Noordwijk, the netherlands, This man was in hiding with Anne Frank.

The Secret Annex of The Anne Frank House - ~ House Crazy ~

This is the room Anne Frank shared with Fritz Pfeffer, by far the saddest room in this collection.

Fritz Pfeffer Porcelain French Bulldog Sculpture  1

Fritz Pfeffer Porcelain French Bulldog Sculpture

For Sale on - Nice Antique Porcelain Statuette - Figurine of the French Bulldog. Made by Fritz Pfeffer Company Germany between 1900 and The French bulldog has

Anne Frank House: New exhibition: Fritz Pfeffer, Anne’s roommate

New exhibition: Fritz Pfeffer, Anne’s roommate

Anne Frank House: New exhibition: Fritz Pfeffer, Anne’s roommate

Fritz Pfeffer (named Albert Dussel in some editions of Anne Frank's diary) and his partner Charlotte Kaletta in 1938, Amsterdam.

1938 ~ Fritz Pfeffer And His Fiancee Charlotte Kaletta In Amsterdam

Fritz Pfeffer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Fritz Pfeffer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In the exhibition ‘Fritz Pfeffer, Anne’s roommate’ the Anne Frank House gives an impression of Fritz Pfeffer, the German dentist who came to hide in the Secret Annexe while fleeing the persecution of the Jews by the Nazis in Amsterdam.

Exhibition ‘Fritz Pfeffer - Anne's roommate'

In the exhibition ‘Fritz Pfeffer, Anne’s roommate’ the Anne Frank House gives an impression of Fritz Pfeffer, the German dentist who came to hide in the Secret Annexe while fleeing the persecution of the Jews by the Nazis in Amsterdam.

Shown in 1938 Friedrich "Fritz" Pfeffer (30 April 1889 – 20 December 1944) was a German dentist and Jewish refugee who hid with Anne Frank during the Nazi Occupation of the Netherlands, and who perished in the Neuengamme concentration camp in Northern Germany. Pfeffer was given the pseudonym Albert Dussel in Anne's diary, and remains known as such in many editions and adaptations of the publication.

Get acquainted with Anne Frank and the people hiding in the secret annex, and their helpers.

Victor Kugler - Businessman, Folk Figure. Along with Miep Gies, Johannes Kleiman, and Elisabeth "Bep" Voskuijl (Elli Vossen), he helped hide Anne Frank; her family (father Otto, mother Edith, sister Margot); Fritz Pfeffer; and Hermann, Auguste, and Peter Van Pels from the Nazis in Amsterdam during World War II.

Victor Kugler - Businessman, Folk Figure. Along with Miep Gies, Johannes Kleiman, and Elisabeth "Bep" Voskuijl (Elli Vossen), he helped hide Anne Frank; her family (father Otto, mother Edith, sister Margot); Fritz Pfeffer; and Hermann, Auguste, and Peter Van Pels from the Nazis in Amsterdam during World War II.

Fritz Pfeffer, the dentist. In October 1944, he was moved to the Neuengamme concentration camp. He died in the sick bay on 20 December.

Fritz Pfeffer, the dentist.In October Fritz Pfeffer is moved to the Neuengamme concentration camp. Pfeffer dies in the sick bay on 20 December.

Miep Gies (1909-2010), Otto Frank's secretary, defied the Nazi occupiers, as she and her husband, Jan, risked their lives to hide the eight members of the 'secret annex' for over two years. The constant gathering of food for the eight occupants of the 'secret annex' during strict rationing was but one of many obstacles to be overcome.

Miep Gies, Otto Frank's secretary, defied the Nazi occupiers to hide Anne Frank and her family for two years and saved Anne's diary. A Roman Catholic, she and her husband risked their lives attempting to save theirs.

On Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany and the flight of the Frank family, the Van Pels family and Fritz Pfeffer. The exhibition was on display in the Anne Frank House in 2012.

The Anne Frank House: Exhibition 'We too might move on'

ewish refugees arriving in Britain. The British government allowed in children. Their parents were not allowed to go with them!

Charlotte Kaletta, the fiancé of Fritz Pfeffer (Albert Dussel) the roommate of Anne Frank while in hiding.

Charlotte Kaletta, the fiancé of Fritz Pfeffer (Albert Dussel) the roommate of Anne Frank while in hiding.

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