What concentration camps was Anne Frank sent to?
Westerbork (Transit Camp).Then on to Auschwitz II (Women's Camp)On 30 October 1944, she and Margot were moved to Bergen-Belsen, where they died of typhus in March 1945 (exact dates unknown).
Anne Frank (and the others from the Secret Annex) spent a short time at Westerbork, a transit camp. She and her family were then sent to Auschwitz concentration camp. This is where they were separated. After being used for a time for physical labor and starved in filthy conditions, she and Margot were moved to Bergen-Belsen on 30 October 1944. She and Margot died of typhus there only weeks before the camp was liberated on April 15th, 1945.
Anne Frank was first sent to Westerbork Transit Camp in the Netherlands (Holland). Then she and the rest of her family was sent to Auschwitz. On 30 October 1944 she and Margot (were put on the last transport from Auschwitz to Bergen-Belsen (near Hanover), where they died of typhus. (Her parents were left at Auschwitz, where her mother died on 6 Janaury 1945, and her father was liberated).