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Anne Frank and Elizabeth Cassuto were both Jewish girls that lived in Holland In fact they went to the same school They lived in the time in Europe when the Holocaust was happening Both the girls and their families were scared that they were going to get sent to a concentration or extermination camp so they hid so the Nazis did not take them away Anne and Elly may seem alike but in actuality the two are very different First Anne and Elly both hid but in different places Anne and her family stayed in one hiding space which was an attic of a jam factory Elly hid in many places Her and her family first hid in an attic they shared with another Jewish family While in these attics Anne and Elly both had to be quiet from 8 am to 5 pm to avoid being heard by the people downstairs Ellys father Abraham later took his family out of town because the hiding spot was about to be discovered Elly lost track of the rest of her family and ended up with Grace Bogaarts who became Ellys guardian Also the story of Elly Cassuto is not known by a lot of people in the world However Anne Frank is known world- wide Thats because she kept a diary of all the events that happened while she was in hiding and at the camps Her journal was published after 1845 and was read all around the world She also took pictures of the places she hid Finally the endings of Elizabeth and Annes stories are different Anne Frank died in 1945 in the Bergen- Belson concentration camp She contracted typhus most likely from lice because that was very common during the Holocaust Elly Cassuto survived the Holocaust because she was protected by Grace She and Elly continued their close relationship until 1964 when Grace died Later Elly married a
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