Anne Marie Frank or Annelies Marie Frank, popularly known as Anne Frank was a German-Dutch who was a famous diarist. She knew the languages German, and Dutch, and worked with the genres autobiography, and biography. Aside from being a diarist, she was also a children’s writer and a babysitter.
She achieved posthumous renown with the 1947 release of The Diary of a Young Girl (originally titled Het Achterhuis in Dutch; English: The Secret Annex), in which she chronicles her life in hiding from 1942 to 1944, during Germany’s occupation of the Netherlands during World War II.
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Born on 12 June 1929, Anne Frank’s age at the time of her death was 15. She was born and brought up in an upper-middle-class Jewish family from Frankfurt, Germany.
She completed her early education at the 6th Montessori School Amsterdam.
She later enrolled herself at the Jewish Lyceum. From the very beginning of her childhood, she was very much interested in studies and especially writing.