The Frank family consisted of her sister Margot, mother Edith, and father Otto. They moved and lived in Amsterdam by the Fall of 1933.
On June 12, 1942, Anne Frank had received her diary Kitty as a 13th birthday gift and writes all of her thoughts and experiences from her hiding in this diary which was published by her father.
After her father received some news that the Nazis were coming, the Frank family moved into the secret annex with the Van Daan family and Mr. Dussel.
They lived in a tiny area and had to be quiet all the time. They had curfews and had to flush the toilet a specific time. They were all petrified of getting caught. Food was scarce and they couldn't see the outside for years.
The police had come beneath the annex. They stayed extremely quiet and the man who worked there was arrested for hiding two other Jews. When they thought the police were gone they started to talk but the police were still there and found where they were hiding.
What's that sound?
They took every single person living in the annex and made them leave their things and get out. They all passed away in concentration camps except for Otto Frank. After the Holocaust ended Otto Frank went back to the annex and took Anne's diary. He published it, and we now know her families legacy.