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Anne Franks life in Holland was very normal until the Natzis invaded. Just like any other typical teenager that lives. She would get moody with her mum sometimes but deep down she was a very kind girl who today is very famous across the world.

She felt differently about certain people and always wrote down her thoughts and feelings in her beloved diary, Kitty. Her dad was her role model, she really looked up to him and whenever she needed someone, she always turned to her dad first.

When the Natzis invaded thing drastically started to change. Her friends ended up knowing more about the situation at hand than she did and many restrictions where bestowed upon the Jews as read in her diary.

  • You cannot go to theaters
  • No phones
  • Jews cannot own their businesses
  • Cannot ride in pubic transport or own cars
  • any many, many, many more.........

If the information here was not enough then go to Google and type in Anne Frank , there are thousands of results :)

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10 years. She and her sister and mother fled Nazi Germany in 1934 to join her father, who had established business in Amsterdam. In 1944 she was deported to Auschwitz in Poland.

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Anne moved to Holland with her family in 1932. She left Holland on a train for Auschwitz in 1944.

Hence, she was in Holland for 12 years.

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They moved from Germany when Hitler became Chancellor in 1933.

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4, i believe. form her birth in 29 until 33.

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She was 4 years old.

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shut the hell up you dipstick

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