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The mother of Holocaust diarist Anne Frank, and her older sister Margot. Wikipedia

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  • Margot Frank

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  • Otto Frank

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  • Bep Voskuijl

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  • Johannes Kleiman

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  • Its secluded position made it an ideal hiding place for Otto Frank, his wife Edith, two daughters (of whom Anne was the younger), and four other Jews seeking refuge from Nazi persecution.Anne Frank House-Wikipedia
  • He married Edith Holländer – an heiress to a scrap-metal and industrial-supply business – on his 36th birthday, 12 May 1925, at the synagogue in Aachen, Edith's home town.Otto Frank-Wikipedia
  • Frank was born Annelies or Anneliese Marie Frank on 12 June 1929 at the Maingau Red Cross Clinic in Frankfurt, Germany, to Edith and Otto Heinrich Frank.Anne Frank-Wikipedia
  • On July 5, 1942, Anne's older sister Margot received an official summons to report to a Nazi work camp in Germany, and on July 6, Margot and Anne went into hiding with their father Otto and mother Edith.The Diary of a Young Girl-Wikipedia
  • Anne Frank's mother, Edith Frank-Holländer, was starved to death by the Nazis in Auschwitz.History of the Jews in the Netherlands-Wikipedia
  • Greig appeared in the role of Edith Frank in the BBC's January 2009 production of The Diary of Anne Frank.Tamsin Greig-Wikipedia
  • Margot Betti Frank (February 16, 1926 – February or March 1945) was the eldest daughter of Otto Frank and Edith Frank and the elder sister of Anne Frank.Margot Frank-Wikipedia
  • Days later, call up papers arrive for her 16-year-old sister Margot and her parents, Otto and Edith, decide to hasten their plan to go into hiding to ensure that the family does not get separated.The Diary of Anne Frank (2009 miniseries)-Wikipedia
  • In January 2009, the five-part TV serial The Diary of Anne Frank, in which Jones played the role of Margot Frank alongside Tamsin Greig (as Edith Frank-Holländer) and Iain Glen (as Otto Frank), was broadcast on BBC One.Felicity Jones-Wikipedia
  • He was the father of Anne and Margot Frank and husband of Edith Frank-Holländer, as the sole member of his family to survive the Holocaust.Otto Frank-Wikipedia
  • Therefore, Edith and Margot choose to remain behind.Anne Frank: The Whole Story-Wikipedia
  • Otto tells Miep that Mrs Frank had died in the Auschwitz concentration camp, and Mr van Daan was gassed by the Nazis in Auschwitz.The Attic: The Hiding of Anne Frank-Wikipedia
  • She had a successful career on Broadway and was critically acclaimed as Edith Frank in the 1956 production of The Diary of Anne Frank.Gusti Huber-Wikipedia
  • Bep became close with Otto Frank's wife Edith Holländer and their daughters Margot and Anne.Bep Voskuijl-Wikipedia
  • In July 1942, Frank went into hiding in the same building, together with his wife Edith Holländer and his daughters Margot and Anne, later accompanied by the Van Pels family and dentist Fritz Pfeffer.Johannes Hendrik Voskuijl-Wikipedia
  • She is mostly known for her role as Edith Frank in Anne Frank: The Whole Story.Tatjana Blacher-Wikipedia
  • Margot Betti Frank, named after maternal aunt Bettina Holländer (1898–1914), was born in Frankfurt, Germany, to Jewish parents, and lived in the outer suburbs of the city with her parents, Otto Frank and Edith Frank-Holländer, and also her younger sister Anne Frank, during the early years of her life.Margot Frank-Wikipedia
  • For the filming of the 1995 BBC documentary Anne Frank Remembered, Bloeme recalled that Anne, Margot, and their mother, Edith, also planned to join the transport, but Anne was prohibited from joining because she had developed scabies.Bloeme Evers-Emden-Wikipedia
  • Her last film role was Das Tagebuch der Anne Frank (The Diary of Anne Frank; 1959), in which she reprised the role of Anne Frank's mother, Edith, which caused controversy in some circles as Huber was rumoured to have been too close to the Nazis, but Garson Kanin reportedly stood by the casting.Gusti Huber-Wikipedia
  • Soon after, Kugler and Johannes Kleiman, together with Otto Frank, Edith Frank-Holländer, Margot Frank, Anne Frank, Hermann van Pels, Auguste van Pels, Peter van Pels, and Fritz Pfeffer, were arrested and taken to Gestapo headquarters in Amsterdam.Karl Silberbauer-Wikipedia
  • Hermine "Miep" Gies (née Santruschitz; 15 February 1909 – 11 January 2010), was one of the Dutch citizens who hid Anne Frank, her family (Otto Frank, Margot Frank, Edith Frank-Holländer) and four other Dutch Jews (Fritz Pfeffer, Hermann van Pels, Auguste van Pels, Peter van Pels) from the Nazis in an annex above Otto Frank's business premises during World War II.Miep Gies-Wikipedia
  • Jan Augustus Gies (18 October 1905 – 26 January 1993) was a member of the Dutch Resistance who, with his wife, Miep, helped hide Anne Frank, her sister Margot, their parents Otto and Edith, the van Pels, and Fritz Pfeffer from Nazi persecution during the occupation of the Netherlands by aiding them as they resided in the Secret Annex.Jan Gies-Wikipedia

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