Anne's father, Otto Frank, began working at Opekta Works and moved his family to Amsterdam.
Germany invades Netherlands
When Germany invades the Netherlands, many laws discriminating against the Jews were enforced throughout Europe. Because of this, Anne and her sister, Margot, began attending a Jewish day school.
Anne receives her diary
For her 13th birthday, Anne receives her world-famous diary from her father. This diary plays an important role in her life because she later uses it to document events while undergoing hidding from the Nazis. Because of it we get incredible insight on her life in hidding.
Hiding plan is created
Margot Frank receives a call informating her that she will be sent to a concentration camp. Otto Frank devises a plan in which him and his family will go in hiding to avoid the Nazis.
Anne Frank and family go into hiding
Anne and her family went into hiding in an annex on the third floor of Otto's work building.
The van Pels join the Franks in hiding
The van Pels family of three join the Frank in hiding in the annex. Later that year, in November, Fritz Pfeffer, a family friend, also joins them in the annex.
Anne's final diary entry is made
The members of the annex are arrested
German Security Police discovered the families hiding in the annex and took them to Nazi headquarters.
The families were sent to The House of Detention
The families are deported to Auschwitz
The families are all deported to Auchwitz, which is a concentration camp located in Poland.
The Frank woman are moved to Liebau
Anne, Margot and Edith Frank are all moved to Liebau, which is a labor camp.
The Frank women are moved to Bergen-Belsen
All of the Frank girls, aside from Edith who died from starvation, and Mrs. van Pels were moved to Bergen-Belsen,
Margot and Anne die
Margot dies from a disease called typhus that spread throughout the camp. Anee is reported to have died a few days later.
Bergen-Belsen is liberated
Bergen-Belsen was liberated by British troops. Anne and Margot were burried with many others in a mass grave.