Anne and Margot Frank

History of Sorts

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I often add words in the titles of my blog to describe parts of the contents of the blog. In this case I don’t have to do that because everyone knows the story of Anne Frank and to a lesser extend that of her older sister Margot.

On the 3rd of September 1944 they were deported from Westerbork to Auschwitz.

But on October 30, 1944, as the Russians advanced into Poland, many of the female prisoners of Auschwitz were deported to Bergen-Belsen in northern Germany. Margo and Anne Frank were among those forced to make the trip, but their mother, Edith, was left behind.Both girls died in Bergen-Belsen.

One of the saddest aspects is that the date of their death isn’t really known, it is assumed it was in February 1945 but the exact date is not known. This may sound like it is not important and maybe it isn’t…

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