Anne FrankThink about being 15 years old and not being about to play and just stuck at an attic. Not being able to play or make loud sounds all day and also seeing the same people everyday. Also, being scared everyday that it would be the last time you see your family and not not being able to do anything. Anne Frank life was like this for years hiding in order to stay alive. Anne Frank, a young Jewish girl famous for the diary she kept while hiding in an attic in Nazi Germany during the Holocaust, has had a dramatic effect on literature; her legacy lives on through her book and a museum, named in her honor, in the old warehouse where her family hid.To begin, Anne Frank lived a traditioned children prior to her time in hiding Anne Frank born June 12, 1929 was born in Frankfurt on Main Germany(“Anne Frank par 2”). Anne’s parents came from Prestigious as wealthy families (“Early life par2”). Anneliese Frank was the second daughter for Otto and Edith Hollander Frank(“Early Life 2”). Otto family had a comfortable, Prosperous life in Frankfurt, Germany where Otto Frank headed the banking business that’s been in his family for generations (“Anne Frank 3”). Frank move his family to Amsterdam Holland because they need to leave Germany and Otto work as a manager at Holland (“Anne Frank 3”). Where Otto opened a company to manufacture products used in making jam (“Anne Frank 3”). Anne Frank was described by people who know her as a bubbly, chatty girl, very curious about everything, and her sister Margot more quiet and studious(“Anne Frank Early Life 2”). Frank had been attending a private school, but Hitler new laws did not allow Jewish children to attend non-Jew school and Jews prohibited to own businesses, Otto turn his company to one of his employees (“Anne Frank 3”). Anne received a diary as a gift for her thirteenth birthday. She became a great source of comfort during her time in they anney. Anne wrote several story about the anney and it was filled with concerns and emotions (“The Diary 3″). As she remarked in her diary,” I still believe, in spite of everything, that people are still truly good at heart (“Frank 3”).”( )Next, Anne, her family, and friends of her father, hid in the attic above her father’s business in order to remain safe from Hitler and his men. The reason they had to hide soon was because Margot Frank was ordered to report for deportation to Auschwitz on July 5, 1942. The family decided that it was time to go into hiding. The next morning they had escaped to the secret warehouse annex. The Frank family was joined by Otto’s co-workers, Hermann Vanpels, along with his wife and son. Months later, an elderly dentist named Friedrich “Fritz” Pfeffer also took refuge in to annex. After two years the secret annex was discovered on August 9, 1944 (“Capture 10”). The Nazis received a tip, believe to be from one of workers who helped hide the families, and arrested all eight. Some of the “helpers” were arrested and sentenced to labor camps, while the eight Jew were sent to westerbork a transit camp in Holland, and then to the Auschwitz extermination camp. Anne and her sister Margot were transferred to the Bergen- Belsen detention camps in central Germany (“Capture 11”). (. )Furthermore, during her time in the attic, Anne kept a diary, that was later published, and has become a source of inspiration of many facing adversity. When Anne and the others arrived, shocked to see dozens of identical building in rows, watchtowers with guards carry machine guns, a barbed wire fence that lived to perimeter of the complex, and thousand of admonished prisoners milling abouts (“The Deadliest Journey 65”). They were assigned to punishment block because they had not voluntarily reported to Germen when they received call up notices (“The Deadliest Journey 65”). Edith, Margot, and Anne squeezed onto one twin sized bunk each night to sleep, and were morning at sun the job of taking batteries began (“The Deadliest Journey 66”). September 3, 1944, they were crammed into a freight train along with 1,011 other prisoners- 498 women, 442 men, 79 children (“The Deadliest Journey 67”). “As we rode, Anne would not move from the window,” Otto later recalled (“Otto”). Those who were ill, too young, too old, pregnant, or generally unfit to work were started into group, they were handed towels and they bars of soap, and sent off to the building marked “showers” (“The Deadliest Journey”). A german guard toxic hydrogen cyanide into a vent on the ceiling, the gas would killed everyone inside. October 1944, Anne and Margot got separate from Mrs. Frank she died there on January 6, 1945, then March 9, 1945, died from typhus, few days Anne passed away(“Anne Frank 2”). ( )Lastly, Anne’s memory further lives on in a museum named in her honor. Of all those that was hiding in the secret annex, only Anne’s father – Otto Frank, he survived the camps but passes away in 1980. In November 2015 Swiss foundation owns the right to The Diary of Anne Frank. At least six million Jews died at the Russians in January 1945. Co-workers had saved the pages of Anne’s diary that was arrested for hiding Franks and other family. October 1945, Otto Frank received word that Anne and Margot had at died at Bergen- Belsen. Anne kept a diary in which she recorded her fears, hopes, and experiences. The diary was published after the war in many languages and is used in thousands of schools curricula in Europe and the Americans. Anne Frank has become a symbol for the lost promise of the children who did in the Holocaust. (. ) Anne Frank, a young Jewish girl famous for the diary she kept while hiding in an attic in Nazi Germany during the holocaust, has had a dramatic effect on literature; her legacy lives on through her book and a museum, named in her honor, in the old warehouse where her family hid. To begin, Anne Frank lived a traditional childhood prior to her time in hiding. Next, Anne, her family and friends of her father, hid in the attic above her father’s business in order to remain safe from Hitler and his men. Furthermore, during her time in the attic, Anne kept a dairy, that was later published, and has become a source of inspiration of many facing adversity. Lastly Anne’s memory further lives on in a museum named in her honor. A young Jewish girl famous for the diary hiding in a attic during the holocaust.