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Margot Frank
Margot at three years old.

Margot Betti Frank: important dates and events

February 16, 1926Born in Frankfurt am Main.
1929Margot’s sister Anne is born.
1932Margot starts school at the Ludwig Richter Schule.
1933Margot Frank emigrates with her parents to the Netherlands.
January 4, 1934Margot starts school in Amsterdam.
February 16, 1934Anne comes to Amsterdam as a ‘birthday surprise’.
1941Margot has to go to the Joods Lyceum (‘Jewish High School’).
July 5, 1942Margot receives her call-up papers: she has to report for a ‘work camp’ in Germany.
Margot Frank, May 1939.

July 6, 1942Margot goes into hiding with her parents and sister at Prinsengracht 263.
August 4, 1944The people in hiding are arrested and sent to the Westerbork transit camp (the Netherlands).
September 3, 1944Margot and the other people in hiding are deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp (Poland).
September 6, 1944Arrival at Auschwitz-Birkenau. Margot survives the selection.
Late October 1944 Margot is deported with Anne to Bergen-Belsen concentration camp (Germany).
February 1945Margot dies of typhus in Bergen-Belsen.
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This day in history
Today: 22 January 2019
Then: 22 January 1941

British and Australians take Tobruk in North Africa.

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