WWW.DOHFWBIHAR.ORG

news

Google doodle honours Anne Frank

After Frank passed on in 1944 at the Bergen-Belsen death camp, her dad Otto - the main enduring relative from the Holocaust - got back to Amsterdam and tracked down her journal.

Tech giant Google on Saturday honoured Holocaust victim Anne Frank and commemorated the 75th anniversary of the publication of her memoir.

The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank by a doodle video. The video depicts moments from her life in the book.

The doodle shows real excerpts from her diary, which describes what she and her friends and family experienced in hiding for over two years from the Nazi rule.

Hiding where would we hide? In the city? In the country? In a house? In a shack? When, where, how, an excerpt read.

Anne Frank was brought into the world on June 12, 1929 in Frankfurt, Germany. Her folks - Otto and Edith Frank, and her family moved to Amsterdam 1934 when Adolf Hitler came to control in Germany.

It is said that Anne got the journal as a current when the mistreatment of the Jews was on the ascent. She kept the journal with her since and shared her day to day's life secluded from everything.

What's more, she composed brief tales, began a novel and duplicated entries from the books she read in her 'Book of Beautiful Sentences.

After Frank passed on in 1944 at the Bergen-Belsen death camp, her dad Otto - the main enduring relative from the Holocaust - got back to Amsterdam and tracked down her journal.

WWW.DOHFWBIHAR.ORG

Thanks For Reading!

Next: 7 Best Warren Buffett Stocks to Buy.

Click Here