Anne Frank 1929 – 1945

Anne Frank

 

Father – Otto Frank
Mother – Edith Frank
Spouse – Not married
Children – No children

 

 

1929 (12th June)
Annelies (Anne) Marie Frank was born in Frankfurt, Germany to Otto and Edith Frank. She was the Frank’s second daughter, Margot had been born three years earlier.
1933 (30th January)
Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of Germany.
1933 (13th March)
The Nazi Party were elected to the Frankfurt local government. They immediately imposed anti-Jewish measures.
1933 (Summer)
Anne, Margot and their mother, Edith, left Frankfurt and went to Aachen to stay with Edith’s mother.
1933 (late)
Otto Frank started a new company, the Opekta Works, in Amsterdam.
1934 (early)
Anne, Margot and Edith Frank joined Otto in Amsterdam. The family lived in the Rivierenbuurt area of Amsterdam.
1938 (during)
Anne’s father, Otto, started a new company in Amsterdam, Pectacon. He employed Hermann van Pels as an advisor.
1939 (during)
Anne’s grandmother came from Aachen to live with the family.
1939 (1st September)
Germany invaded Poland.
1939 (3rd September)
Britain and France declared war on Germany.
1940 (10th May)
Germany invaded the Netherlands.
1941 (8th January)
Dutch Jews were told that they could not go to the movies. Anne was upset because she liked watching movies and dreamed of being an actress.
1942 (January)
Anne’s grandmother died.
1942 (12th June)
Anne was given a diary for her thirteenth birthday.
1942 (5th July)
Anne’s sister, Margot received call up papers demanding that she go to a labour camp in Germany.
1942 (6th July)
The Frank family went into hiding in a Secret Annex above Otto Frank’s offices. Employees Miep Gies, Victor Kugler, Johannes Kleiman and Bep Voskujl were the only employees that knew the family were hiding above the premises.
1942 (13th July)
The Van Pels family, Hermann, Auguste and Peter joined the Frank family in the Secret Annex. Anne referred to them as the Van Daans.
1942 (16th November)
Fritz Pfeffer, a dentist, joined the Franks and VAn Pelses in the Secret Annex. Anne referred to him as Albert Dussel.
1944 (5th April)
Anne continued to write in her diary regularly, describing things that happened in the Secret Annex. She also decided that she wanted to become a journalist.
1944 (4th August)
Following an anonymous tip off the Secret Annex was raided. All occupants were arrested and sent to the Westerbork transit camp. Miep Gies found Anne’s diary among papers left on the floor of the Annex.
1944 (3rd September )
The Franks, Van Pelses and Fritz Pfeffer were taken to Auschwitz. The train they were in was the last to leave Westerbork transit camp.
1944 (late October)
Anne, Margot and Mrs Pels were taken from Auschwitz to Bergen Belsen.
1945 6th January)
Anne’s mother died in Auschwitz.
1945 (27th January)
Anne’s father, Otto, was liberated from Auschwitz. He was taken to Odessa.
1945 (March)
Anne’s siter Margot died of Typhus.
1945 (March)
Anne died of Typhoid
1945 (15th April)
Bergen Belsen Camp was liberated by the British.
1945 (30th April)
Hitler committed suicide in Berlin
1945 (7th May)
Germany surrendered and the war in Europe was over
1945 (3rd June)
Otto Frank returned to Amsterdam and sought out Miep and Jan Gies who had helped the families in the Secret Annex.
1945 (24th October)
Otto Frank received a letter stating his daughters had died. Miep Gies gave Otto Anne’s diary that she had been keeping for her return.
1947 (25th June)
Anne’s diary was published.

 

Published Aug 26, 2016 @ 12:49 pm – Updated – Mar 15, 2018 @ 1:12 pm

 

Harvard Reference for this page:

Heather Y Wheeler. (2016). Anne Frank 1929 – 1945. Available: http://www.totallytimelines.com/anne-frank-1929-1945. Last accessed May 28th, 2018

 

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