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The Last Seven Months of Anne Frank Anne Frank has become the best know symbol for those Jews murdered during the Second World War She wrote her diary while hiding in the attic from 1942 to 1944 The final chapters of Annes life the unwritten chapters of her diary include the arrest deportation and annihilation of herself along with six million Jewish victims of whom more than half were woman and children Anne her sister Margot and their mother Edith met their deaths in the concentration camps Annes father Otto Frank was the only one to survive the camps On Tuesday August 11994 Anne wrote the last letter to her diary 4 Three days later on August 4 the German Security Service SD raided the Annex at No 263 Prinsengracht Anne along with the eight others in hiding there were arrested This is the point were Annes own writing stops The Last Seven Months of Anne Frank traces her story through the testimony of six Jewish women who survived the hell from which Anne never returned Hannah Elisabeth Pick-Goslar Lies Goosens tells her story first Hannah speaks of how she got to know the Franks and the torture she along with the others endured When they moved to Amsterdam she along with her maid went to the store and this is the point where Hannahs maid began to talk to Annes maid The next day the two families met Every Friday the Frank family would go and celebrate Passover with Hannahs family Anne and Hannah became close friends and even went to school together along with frequent visits to each others houses This was until the day when her mother needed a scale so she could make jam so she sent Hannah over to the Franks house to get the scale but there was noone there This was because Margot received a summons to report for work in the East 3 This was
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