Informative Essay On Otto Frank

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Approximately eleven million people were killed during the Holocaust, six million of there were Jews. An estimated 1.1 million children were murdered in the holocaust. Anne Frank was one of the 1.1 million children. ("Anne Frank." History.com.) She died in the concentration camps at the age of fifteen. The typical problems for a fifteen year is figuring out what career they want to pursue or what college they want to go, not wondering if today is going to be the day they die in a gas chamber or wondering if their family members are still alive. Anne Frank and her family are important to history because of the reason for them needing to go into hiding, the dangers, and of what ended up happening with their lives.
Anne Frank lived in Germany with her parents, Otto and Edith Frank, and her sister, Margot. They immigrated to the Netherlands …show more content…

Germany surrenders, the war ends and Europe is free but in ruins. Everyone died in the concentration camps except for Otto Frank. Everyone died of disease and exhaustion. “Otto Frank returns to Amsterdam to see Miep and Jan Gies. Miep gives him Anne’s diary.” ("Anne Frank's History: The Story of Anne Frank.") Otto Frank fulfills Anne’s wish and publishes the diary.
The Frank family had a huge struggle in their live being a jew along with with everyone else who was a Jew sent to the concentration camps. Anne Frank and her family are important to history because of the reason for them need to go in hiding, the dangers, and of what ended up happening with their lives. Especially with Anne Frank's diary, it explains her personal experience of everything she went through. Everyone who went through the concentration camps and had troubles during World War II are also important to history because as proven in multiple situations, history continues to repeat

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