Erkunde Robert Frank, Anne-frank- und noch mehr!

Family photograph showing the Frank family in 1923.  Back row: Otto and Robert Frank, Erich Elias, Sitting Hortense and Herbert Frank, Lotti Frank and Leni Elias with Stephan on her knee. A photo of Edith Frank has been added.

Family photograph showing the Frank family in 1923. Back row: Otto and Robert Frank, Erich Elias, Sitting Hortense and Herbert Frank, Lotti Frank and Leni Elias with Stephan on her knee. A photo of Edith Frank has been added.

Excerpt from Anne Frank's diary, October 10, 1942: "This is a photograph of me as I wish I looked all the time. Then I might still have a chance of getting to Hollywood. But now I am afraid I usually look quite different."

Excerpt from Anne Frank's diary, October 10, 1942: "This is a photograph of me as I wish I looked all the time. Then I might still have a chance of getting to Hollywood. But now I am afraid I usually look quite different."

Otto and Edith Frank on their honeymoon in San Remo, Italy, 1925  Parents of Anne Frank.  He was the only person in their family who survived the Nazi regime.

Otto and Edith Frank on their honeymoon in San Remo, Italy, 1925 Parents of Anne Frank. He was the only person in their family who survived the Nazi regime.

Portrait of Anne Frank modeling a new coat. [Photograph #55022] Date: 1941 Locale: Amsterdam, [North Holland] The Netherlands Credit: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Eva Schloss Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Portrait of Anne Frank modeling a new coat. [Photograph #55022] Date: 1941 Locale: Amsterdam, [North Holland] The Netherlands Credit: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Eva Schloss Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

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.

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.

In her diary, Anne Frank is very critical of Auguste van Pels:  "Some days, especially when a foul mood is on the way, her face is hard to read. If you analyze the discussions, you realize she’s not the subject, but the guilty party! A fact everyone prefers to ignore. Even so, you could call her the instigator. Stirring up trouble, now that’s what Mrs. van [Pels] calls fun! Stirring up trouble between Mrs. Frank and Anne. Margot and Mr. Frank aren’t quite as easy."

In her diary, Anne Frank is very critical of Auguste van Pels: "Some days, especially when a foul mood is on the way, her face is hard to read. If you analyze the discussions, you realize she’s not the subject, but the guilty party! A fact everyone prefers to ignore. Even so, you could call her the instigator. Stirring up trouble, now that’s what Mrs. van [Pels] calls fun! Stirring up trouble between Mrs. Frank and Anne. Margot and Mr. Frank aren’t quite as easy."

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