Anne frank went to two concentration camps.
Anne Frank had the courage to risk going in that hide away area when at any moment she and her family could have been caught and killed right away or taken to concentration camps and then later killed. Anne Frank wanted to stay alive with her family.
It is the authentic voice of a girl growing up in difficult circumstances, and a record of conditions in one of the concentration camps.
No, Margot Frank and Anne Frank were both deported to the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp. After Edith Frank had been in detainment in the Gestapo headquarters on the Euterpestraat and then on 3 September 1944, the last train to be dispatched from Westbork to Auschwitz.
The results were betrayal. That's how Anne had died, she and her family had been betray and sent to concentration camps.
Her father moved them there to protect them from the "green police" AKA: the Nazis. If they got caught by the Nazis, they would've been sent to Jewish concentration camps and would've possibly been gassed, starved to death, worked to death, ect..
There has been reports of 1200 Concentrations camps but there's known to be 1500 Concentration camps.
Too many to count. They were all over Europe, and may have been at least 1,000 Concentration Camps.
As a teenager, she wrote a diary whilst hiding from the Nazis in world war two. The diary was then found at a concentration camp after the war. At this point Anne Frank had been killed by the nazis.
No Anne Frank was not claustrophobic. If she were claustrophobic she wouldn't of been able to stay in what is know as the Anne Frank house today.
according to the book "The diary of Anne Frank" when their hideout was discovered by the Nazi's, they were in fact all separated and sent to different concentration camps. It has been a while since I have read this book, but I believe this to be true. Also, her father was the only one to survive and he later went back to their hiding place and discovered Anne's diary. He turned it into a book and the rest is history. It has been a classic since.
1,500 camps including subcamps
Anne and the Frank family had lived in Frankfurt, Germany. Anne had been four when she moved.
There were approximately 55,000 soldiers in all that ran the concentration camps. The number of camps varied through the time that concentration camps existed, towards the end there would have been 900 soldiers assigned to a camp.
The swastika would have been everywhere.
Anne Frank was a German-Jewish girl who, with her family and some family friends, hid in four upstairs rooms behind her father's business during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. After more than two years of hiding, they were betrayed and sent to concentration camps, only her father surviving. Anne kept a diary, and it became her legacy to the world. First published in 1947, it has been translated into scores of languages, and is one of the most widely read books in the world, after the Bible. It is published in the United States as "Anne Frank - The Diary of a Young Girl. The Definitive Edition".
There have been and are many euphemisms used at various times, these include; resettlement camps, re-education camps, prison camps and personal protection camps.
Anne Frank was afraid of being found by the Nazi's. If her and her family were found they would have been murdered.
Anne Frank and the other members of the annex have a scare that they have been found out by the Gestapo.
The term Concentration camp was first used by the British in the Boer wars. this was very different form the concentration camps used in Nazi Germany. they were not death camps but camps in which the family of Boer rebels were imprisoned so that they could not aid the rebels. However concentration camps have been used before this (only they were not called concentration camps) they were used by the Spanish in the 1860's even American soldiers used similar camps on Cherokee and other native Americans in the 1830's so this type of military tactic has been around for a long time, but the term is British. Evidently, there are no real differences, but rather there are similarities between the English and the German concentration camps.
The Nazi concentration camps now are either museums, or the land on which they were has been returned to normal use. Concentration camps that are still running are very similar to what the Nazis had, as some of the people who were involved found employment as technical advisers after the war.
Miep Gies managed to hide the diary from the Germans when they invaded the Secret Annex. Miep later gave the diary to Otto Frank, Anne's father, once it had been confirmed that Anne would not be returning from the concentration camp. She had been saving it to return it to Anne.
Auschwitz, the most infamous of the camps, has been maintained as a memorial.
She had been in Amsterdam
Anne frank must have been scared! what if someone pulled you and your family out of your house! she was very brave for what she went through!