Facts About Anne Frank
Anne Frank have taken breaths around:62,121,600 breaths of air
Anne Frank have spent time for eating & drinking around:7.7 months eating and drinking
Anne Frank heart has beaten around:596,367,360 times
Anne Frank have eaten around:10.9 tons of food
Anne Frank have slept around:5 years sleeping
Anne Frank have laughed around:57,520 times
Anne Frank was one of the world's most famous young diarists who is known for the only book she wrote, The Diary of A Young Girl. Born Annelies Marie 'Anne' Frank in 1929 in Frankfurt, she grew up in a Jewish family and spent most of her childhood in the Netherlands. Her family moved there in the early 1930s when the rise of Nazi Germany began. Together with her elder sister Margot, they both loved studying and suffered from the hardships of being immigrants and reaching to proper opportunities for education. In the early 1940s, when the Nazi forces entered the Netherlands, the real difficult times for the family started. When Anna turned 13, she was presented with a notebook that she started using for her famous diary. In summer 1944 the family was arrested by the Nazi police and placed to a concentration camp. In November, Margot and Anne Frank were separated from their parents and taken to another camp where they both died in spring 1945, supposedly of typhus. Anne was only 15 years old. Frank's diary is considered to be one of the most profound and sensitive documents describing the terrible conditions of the life of Jewish people during the Nazi occupation. Anne was survived by her father who dedicated his life for popularizing the book and her daughter's life.