Seven months after her arrest, Anne Frank died of typhus in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, within days of the death of her sister, Margot Frank.
Typhus is spread by body lice. Friends who saw her at Belsen described her as covered by lice. Her body has not been found, so this diagnosis is based on the testimony of a woman named IRMA SONNENBERG MENKEL, who was in the same barracks and held Anne in her arms as Anne was dying. She says: Typhus was a terrible problem, especially for the children. Of the 500 in my barracks, maybe 100 got it and most of them died. .. When Anne Frank got typhus I told her she could stay in the barracks, she didn't have to go to roll call.
After Anne Frank and her family were captured, they were partially separated although Anne and her sister ended up in the same Lager, or 'concentration camp' of Bergen Belsen, dying of Typhoid, 3 months before the end of the war.
On the site annefrank.com, it notes:
In March of 1945, nine months after she was arrested, Anne Frank died of typhus at Bergen-Belsen. She was fifteen years old.
Her diary, saved during the war by one of the family's helpers, Miep Gies, was first published in 1947. Today, her diary has been translated into 67 languages and is one of the most widely read books in the world.
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The little girl died of starvation and disease because she was hiding for so long and had very little food.....she also died of lack of sleep at the concentration camp at which she was held.
Anne Frank was sent to Bergen-Belsen medical camp to get cured but when she got there the camp was already abandoned and Anne was left to die. Anne died of Typhus not too long after her sister Margot died. Margot died of the same thing. Anne died about 2 weeks before the end of the war.
Anne Frank and her family tried to hide from the Nazis who wanted to kill them, but they were eventually caught and taken to a death camp where she died.
Anne Frank and her sister Margot died of typhus at Bergen Belsen. She died sometime around March 1945.
Anne Frank was taken to Belsen in January 1945. She had tyfus and died ther in April 1945.
Annelies Marie Frank, called Anne Frank Otto Frank was the father of Anne Frank - he survived the war, his wife and children did not.
Well, if I'm honest i don't know but maybe you could ask older people in your family, as in Your Granpa's and Grandma's eh? They might know, i am a Jew myself so i know quite a few thins about Anne Frank as does my family. I think alot happened Whilst anne frank was hiding, German raiding.. maybe? I'm only thirteen LOLOL!
Diary of Anne Frank
anne frrank died in 1998
No Huis is house in Dutch! The Anne Frank huis is the house she was hidng in during the war.
Anne Frank was in World War 2
Anne Frank wrote about her fellings of war, family, and boys.... She wrote during the war. -- Smart Dart
Second world war
Otto Frank was Anne Frank's father. They hid from the Nazi's during World War 2. A book by the name of "Anne Frank's Diary" is very famous and it is also a movie.
anne frank was a Jewish girl , who had to go hiding during the second world war to escape the Nazis
world war 2
Anne change from a young girl to young women during World War two.
Anne Frank was in World War 2.
Anne Frank quickly became identified as an important cultural figure who represented the destruction of youth during the war.
the world war end peacefully