Margot and her sister Anne died of typus in March 1945 (exact day unknown) in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.
Margot Frank was Anne Franks sister and they didn't get along at first (Anne called Margot a goody-goody at first) but then they become really close. Margot was kind of the "voice of reason" in a way because Anne was a joker and she was impatient... that's how I see it!
Margot Frank died of typhus in 1945
Died in 1944 in concentration camp.
Margot Frank Margot Frank
Margot Frank's birth name is Margot Betty Frank.
Margot Frank was born on February 16, 1926
Margot Frank was born on February 16, 1926.
Margot Frank was born on the 16th February 1926.
Anne Frank and Margot Frank were born in Frankfurt in Germany. Anne was born in the 12 of June 1929. Margot was 3 years older.
Yes, Margot was Anne's older sister.
Margot Frank: she died 2 or 3 days before Anne Frank.
Anne frank was not killed but died of a disease because of unhygienic conditions at a concentration camp this also happend to her sister- Margot frank.
Anne Frank and her sister, Margot died in 1945 from Typhus in Bergen-Belsen.
If Margot Frank was alive she'd be 83
No, margot frank died in the Bergen Belsen concentration camp in Germany because of the typhus outbreak. hope this helped. If you read the end part of the book, it will tell you what happened to everyone in the secret annexe.
Margot Betti Frank
Margot had a cat. they named it Moortje.
Anne and Margot Frank were killed by a typhus disease in a concentration camp.
Edith Frank was the mother of the Franks and Margot was Anne's sister
Margot Frank died on March 9, 1945 at the age of 19.
As of June 2014, Margot Frank would be 88 years old. Margot was born in the year of 1926.
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Margot Frank went to the Ludwig- Richter school in Frankfurt am Maine Germany.
Her full name is Margot Betti Frank. She was the older sister of Anne Frank.
Margot Frank was a shy, quiet, intelligent girl, who was very pretty.
Anne Frank and her sister Margot died of typhus at Bergen Belsen. She died sometime around March 1945.