Here's Why Google Honors Holocaust Victim Anne Frank With Animated Diary Doodles:

The Google search engine has created an animated slideshow to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the release of Anne Frank's diary, "The Diary of a Young Girl." The Nazi tyranny that Anne and her family members experienced is described in Google's Doodle honouring her. Her hiding place was in the office complex where her father worked.

Everything You Should Know About Anne Frank! In order to escape the discrimination and brutality that millions of minorities were subjected to at the hands of the burgeoning Nazi Party, Anne Frank and her family were soon compelled to relocate to Amsterdam in the Netherlands, where she was born on June 12th, 1929.

In an effort to avoid persecution in 1942, Anne and her family were compelled to hide of a covert annex in their father's office building with her four other Jewish acquaintances. According to a report in NDTV, Anne's "The Diary of a Young Girl" has reportedly sold over 30 million copies worldwide since it was first published on June 25th, 1947. It has also been translated into 67 different languages.

One of her diary's most well-known passages is still in existence: "Even though I'm only fourteen, I already have a good sense of what I want and who is right and bad. Although it may sound crazy coming from a teenager, I feel more like a person than a child, and I feel quite independent of everyone. I have my own opinions, ideas, and principles." The Frank family was arrested in August 1944 by the Nazi Secret Service, and after their detention, Nazi forces in Germany transported Anne and her older sister Margot Frank to the Bergen-Belsen death camp, where they perished a few months later.



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