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Anne Frank Fun Facts

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The Frank application to immigrate to the United States was denied because immigrants had to interview at a consulate, and the one in Amsterdam had closed.
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Anne began writing in her diary immediately after receiving it. As her skills improved, she began writing a novel based on her diary as well as short stories.
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In 1944, a Dutch minister asked the Dutch people to preserve any materials that would show what it was like living under Nazi rule. This inspired Anne to publish her diary.
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Otto Frank applied for entry into the United States in 1938, and again in 1940.
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Miep Gies, who had helped hide the Franks, found Anne's diary after her arrest and held onto it until after the war.
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Bergen-Belsen was in Northern Germany and held both Jewish prisoners and prisoners of war.
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The Frank family hid with another family, the Van Pels, and a dentist named Fritz Pfeffer, who shared a room with Anne.
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Anne wrote letters to many fictional people, including Kitty, a character from a book. But she also wrote real people, including Jackie, a friend she never got to say goodbye to.
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The Frank family were sent to Poland with 1,011 other captured Jewish people. The trip took 2 days by train.
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Anne's father, Otto, had a company in Amsterdam. His product was called Opekta, and it was used in jam-making.