Anne Frank

                    By Sadie Koehler

Anne's Diary was published because of her dad. Her dad was given the diary and once he read it he knew that he needed to have it be published. He was shocked to see all of the thoughts and feelings his daughter had and he never knew about what she truly was thinking. Another interesting facts is that she named her diary that she received for her 13th birthday from her dad she named kitty. Her dad gave her a red and black checkered autograph album that she used as a diary. As she began writing every letter she started it with dear kitty. When the diary was published it didn't start this way.

Why Anne Frank Is Famous:

Anne Frank is famous because she wrote in a diary about her life and difficult times. Anne wanted to be a writer but that wasn't possibly during the time that she lived and the thought that she was a jew. She was born during World War I and she was forced to move many times promised for her life to be safer. She was given a checkered autograph album for her tenth birthday. She used it as a diary and wrote about her life. Her father later found the diary and thought it needed to be published. It was published later on and now Anne Frank is famous for that.

Summary Of Anne Frank:


       Anne Frank was Born on June 12, 1929 in Germany. Her full name is Annelies Marie Frank. Her mother was Edith Frank and her father was Otto Frank and her older sister was Margot. Her father was a businessman. He had once been a German army officer during the First World War. Anne Frank was three years old when World War II started. The Franks were Jewish so they had to move to Amsterdam to be safe. Anne Frank went to Montessori school and met nice friends. Anne was later taken out of Montessori School and put in the Jewish Secondary School, where all Jews were forced to wear a yellow star. Her dad had prepared a secret apartment in the upstairs of the building at his place of work. When Anne Frank was thirteen her family moved to the attic of the building on 263 Prinsengracht . She was given a diary for her thirteenth birthday that she wrote about her life everyday in. The Franks escaped without being seen getting from there home to the apartment. They lived with another family in the attic and they hid there for four years. They were caught by the Nazi's and Anne and her sister were sent to Bergen Belsen, a camp in Germany where they got little food and water and a good chance of a disease. Anne died of hunger and a disease just at age fifteen.

This is a photo of Anne's diary after it was published.


Anne's Early Life:

       Anne Frank had a childhood not like many other childrens. She was born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany in 1929. Anne had an older sister named Margot who was three yeears her senior. Annes parents names where Edith Frank and Otto Frank. Anne was born three years before World War II started. She moved to Amsterdam, Holland where they thought they would be safe. They moved in the fall of 1933. She was three years old when her family moved. Anne went to a Montessori school for at least seven years and she met nice friends. In 1939 the World War II began. Her life at a Montessori school was peaceful until she was forced to leave. She attended Amsterdam's sixth Montessori School in 1934. She was a bright student. She went to school for six years from 1934-1940.  The Franks were a typical upper middle class German-Jewish family living in a quiet religiously diverse neighborhood.

Anne Frank was born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany in 1929. Her family lived in Amsterdam. She was the youngest in the family with one older sister named Margot.

Her primary sources are her diary, her famous quotes, and her attic/museum

This is a secondary source about Anne Frank. This is a photo of the Anne Frank museum.


Anne Frank had many accomplishments in her lifetime. She lived in an attic for two years, wrote a diary, went to concentration camp, and she was born during World War I. Anne Frank lived in an attic for two years with another family and she wasn't allowed to be loud or go outside and play with friends, all she could really do was sleep. She also wanted to be a writer and when she was handed a diary she was very please and wrote in it every day. Her diary was later published after her death. She went to a concentration camp with her sister and they both died a year later.

One of Anne Franks primary sources is a dairy because she wrote in her diary when she was hiding for two years in the attic. She got her diary for her tenth birthday and kept it with her for a long time. She named her diary Kitty and wrote in it everyday. She would write about her life and how she was treated. Her diary left lots of information and dates about her life. Her diary was published in 1947 because of her dad. Her father found her diary and read it and he was blown away by her feelings so he gave it to someone for it to be published.

Interesting Facts:

Anne's diary was published because of her dad

She received her diary for her 13th birthday from her dad and she named it Kitty.

Hey dad gave her a red and black checkered autograph album that she used as a diary. As she began writing her diary she started every letter with dear Kitty.

Quote: ''Whoever is happy will make others happy too'' -Anne Frank

Quote: ''Not being able to go outside upsets me more than I can say, and I'm terrified our hiding place will be discovered and that we'll be shot. "-Anne Frank

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Anne Frank was Born on June 12, 1929 in Germany. Her father was a businessman. He had once been a German army officer during the First World War. Anne Frank was three years old when World War II started. The Franks were Jewish so they had to move to Amsterdam to be safe. Anne Frank went to Montessori school and met nice friends. Anne was later taken out of Montessori School and put in the Jewish Secondary School, where all Jews were forced to wear a yellow star. Her dad had prepared a secret apartment in the upstairs of the building at his place of work. When Anne Frank was thirteen her family moved to the attic of the building on 263 Prinsengracht . She was given a diary for her thirteenth birthday that she wrote about her life everyday in. The Franks escaped without being seen getting from there home to the apartment. They lived with another family in the attic and they hid there for four years. They were caught by the Nazi's and Anne and her sister were sent to Bergen Belsen, a camp in Germany where they got little food and water and a good chance of a disease. Anne died of hunger and a disease just at age fifteen.