Otto Frank

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Otto Frank

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I don’t like what I have to do now, I was forced to give up everything I have. I had to give up my bike, I couldn’t go to my dutch school, I couldn’t ride on a streetcar or an automobile, and a million other things.

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A1S1: It's going to be harsh living here in Annex.A1S2: Poor Anne, she really can't do anything here.A1S3: Everyone is doing so well in their education that I'm teaching, especially Anne. A1S4: I love how Anne loves me so much, but she should be loving everyone equal amounts. A1S5: It was very nice of Anne to give everyone a gift for Hanukkah, but I wasn’t expecting one for me.

Daughters- Margot Frank (eldest daughter)Anne Frank (youngest daughter)Mr. Frank was married to Edith Holländer from 1925-1945; her death ended it.He then got remarried to Elfriede Geiringer (1953-80; his death)

Otto Frank

Cause of Mr. Franks death: Lung cancer. Full name: Otto Heinrich FrankLived form: May 12 1889-19 August 1980 (aged 91) He married Edith Holländer—an heiress to a scrap-metal and industrial-supply business—on his birthday 12 May 1925 in Frankfurt, and their first daughter, Margot Betti, was born on 16 February 1926, followed by Anne (Annelies Marie) on 12 June 1929.[4]

In hiding: Otto Frank Edith Frank Margot Frank Anne Frank Hermann van Pels Auguste van Pels Peter van Pels Fritz PfefferHelpers: Jan Gies Miep Gies Victor Kugler Johannes Kleiman Bep Voskuijl Johannes Hendrik Voskuijlhttp://www.annefrank.org/en/Anne-Frank/All-people/Otto-Frank/

A2S1: Everyone is fighting! Even for a little piece of cake!A2S3: Business, business, and more business!A2S3: Wow! I’ve never seen Edith be this furious!A2S4: The telephone ringing is scaring everyone, including me!A2S5: I feel like it should’ve been Anne instead of me to live.


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