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  1. A Pictorial History of Anne Frank

  2. Anne Frank’s Family

  3. Anne Frank

  4. Anne Frank

  5. Anne Frank

  6. Edith Frank

  7. Otto Frank

  8. Otto Frank’s tattoo from Auschwitz

  9. Margot, Otto, Anne, Edith

  10. Margot’s call-up paper

  11. Helpers of the Frank family

  12. Miep Gies, Otto Frank’s secretary

  13. Victor Kugler (owner of the office)

  14. Mr. Koophuis

  15. Bep Voskuijl (an office worker)

  16. 1945 Otto and the four helpers

  17. 1951 Otto, Miep, Jan, and baby Paul

  18. Prison where Kugler was sent

  19. The Secret Annex

  20. Aerial View of the Secret Annex

  21. Front of Warehouse

  22. Back side of Annex

  23. The rooms of the Secret Annex

  24. Front office of warehouse where Miep worked

  25. Closed bookcase that hides the Secret Annex

  26. Open bookcase

  27. Anne and Mr. Pfeffer’s room

  28. Otto, Edith, and Margot’s room

  29. Mr. and Mrs. Van Pel’s room

  30. Peter’s room

  31. Hermann van Pels

  32. Auguste van Pels

  33. Peter van Pels

  34. The dentist, Fritz Pfeffer

  35. Anne’s Diary

  36. Two Versions of the Diary

  37. Anne’s notebook of stories

  38. The Beginning of Hitler’s Genocide

  39. Line of unemployed Germans after WWI

  40. Hitler’s Election

  41. Swastika The symbol for the Nazi Party

  42. German Propaganda: The Jewish Spider Catching Europe in its Web

  43. Propaganda Encouraging the Euthanasia of the Disabled

  44. Burning of all Non-German (Non-Nazi) books

  45. 1935 happy Germans have jobs and food because the first concentration camp has opened

  46. 10-14 year old boys serving in Hitler’s army called the “German Youth”

  47. Reinhard Heydrich, head of the Secret Police

  48. The Nazis’ Extreme Anti-Semitism

  49. The Jewish Star of David

  50. 1929 Gestapo march to find Jews