The Secret Annexe - The place Anne Frank lived during World War Two
In July of 1942, the Franks were forced to go into hiding. They were Jewish citizens, living in Denmark, which was under Nazi German control. The Nazis were forcing Jews
to live in camps of continious labor and torture. The Franks did not wish to live in a camp like that, so they went into hiding in Copenhagen, Denmark, right under the noses of the Nazi Germans.
The hideout was located on the second and third floors of Otto Frank's somewhat small three-story office building in Copenhagen. Only the eight residents of the hideout
and four of Otto's co-workers knew of the existence of th…
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