Meip was arrested for helping the Franks
the secret annex
2 years and one month.
Miep and Jan Gies
she hid from 1942 to 1944
she couldnt hide to save her life
she had to hide for more than 3 years
they hid in the back room above a factory in Amsterdam, Holland.
because Adolf Hitler had wanted to get rid of the Jew's.
Then Daan's were in the hideout, so they were in on it and it was at her fathers company.
well i think it was somebody that a family member or a really close friend to them
4 other Jews that wanted to hide
well ann frank and her family hid in , her father otto franks office
In a rear annexe at 267 Prinsengracht, Amsterdam. The house is now a musuem.
They hid above an office building in Amsterdam, Holland. There was 3 rooms and the stairs to them were behind a bookshelf.
She was a good person and opposed the Nazi party, so she made a daring decision to hide the Franks.
Her own words are the best reply: "They were my friends, and they needed my help. I wouldn't have considered not helping them".
Mr. Dussle did hide in the Secret Annex with the Franks. However he did not go into hiding at the same time the Franks did. The Franks went first, then the Van Daans, then Mr. Dussle became the 8th member several months later.
The office staff of Otto Franks business, Opekta, were the helpers: Miep Gies, Bep Voskuijl, Johannes Kleiman, Victor Kugler, and to a lesser extent, Johannes Voskuijl, father of Bep.
During the early 1940's, Nazi Germany was rounding up and killing all the Jews they could find, a process known today as the Holocaust. The Franks were a Jewish family and they did not wish to be killed.
Because Hitler was taking all the Jews to concentration, murder, and death camps. It was unsafe to be outside. Mr. Kraler and Miep offered the Franks their secret annex to hide in.
Because her sister margot got a letter so the frank family hide early so they couldn't get them
She herself did work, for the Complaints and Information desk in Opekta. She helped her husband, who worked for Otto Frank, hide the Franks.
The Morning the Franks left, they left there door open and their room a mess so it looked like they had been captured by the Nazis. They actually were hiding in Amsterdam in a secret room. The door to the room was a bookshelf and they had to be quiet during the day. The door was dead bolted, but someone found out they were there, they told the Nazis, and The Franks were caught.