Anne Frank: Google celebrates 75th anniversary of ‘A young girl’s diary’ with a doodle

Anne Frank Google Doodle: Google commemorates the 75th anniversary of Anne Frank’s diary ‘The diary of a young girl’ by Anne Frank, with an animated slideshow of her life in the book. The Google Doodle shows moments with her family and friends.

Anne Frank was a German-Dutch diarist of Jewish descent who hid herself, family and friends for more than 2 years during the German occupation of the Netherlands during World War II. At the time of World War II, Anne was only 10 years old. old. Shortly after the war started, Germany invaded the Netherlands, bringing the war to her family’s doorstep. The Nazi regime targeted the German people and imprisoned, executed or forced them to move to inhumane concentration camps. Millions of Jews were forced to flee their homes or go into hiding.

Like others, Anne’s family had to leave almost everything behind to seek protection. One of Anne’s belongings was a checkered hardback diary, a present she’d received on her thirteenth birthday.

After spending 25 months in fear, in the “secret outhouse” she had compiled a diary from small details to her most important dreams and fears. She was then about 13 years old. She was convinced that her diary could be published after the war. She brought her composition together into one strong story ‘The Secret Annex’.

On August 4, 1944, her family was discovered by the Nazi secret service and taken to a detention center where they were forced to perform forced labour. After some time, they were forcibly deported to the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland, where they lived in cramped, unsanitary conditions.

A few months later, Anne and her sister Margot Frank were transferred to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Germany, where they died a few months later. The brutal, deliberate killings of inmates caused diseases to spread rapidly and Frank’s relatives were forced to live in such conditions.

Anne could not live long and died at the age of 15. She rose to prominence after publishing The Diary of a Young Girl (originally Het Achterhuis in Dutch, lit. ‘the Secret Annex’; English: The Secret Annex), which is available in up to 70 languages. It is one of the world’s best-known books and is used as a tool to educate the new generation about the Holocaust and the terrible dangers of discrimination and tyranny.

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