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Google honors Holocaust survivor Anne Frank with a doodle inspired by “The Diary of a Young Girl.”

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Google honors Holocaust survivor Anne Frank with a doodle inspired by "The Diary of a Young Girl."

In the heartbreaking slideshow that makes up today’s Google doodle, drawings of moments
from Anne Frank’s life as a Jewish teen hiding with her family in Holland during the German
occupation are shown.

The Diary of a Young Girl, one of the most well-known novels in the world, was published 75
years ago on June 25, and the Google doodle today, June 25, honored that occasion. The first edition of Anne Frank’s private notebook, “The Diary of a Young Girl,” which she wrote while hiding with her family from the German occupation during World War II, appeared in 1947.

One of the most compelling stories of the Second World War is thought to be Anne Frank’s
diary. The Google doodle for today is a sad slideshow that depicts drawings of scenes from
Anne Frank’s life as a Jewish teen hiding in Holland during the German occupation. It contained passages from her journal that she kept while she was hiding from the Nazis with her family

With the 1947 release of The Diary of a Young Girl, Annelies Marie Frank—a German-Dutch
diarist of Jewish heritage—became famous as one of the Holocaust’s most talked-about Jewish victims. As a birthday present, Anne had gotten a journal, and she kept it frequently.

The journal chronicles her life in hiding from 1942 to 1944, while the Netherlands was under
German control for most of the Second World War. The facts in her journal and the sketches in today’s doodle showed that Frank’s hiding location was within her father’s office building.
ALL1Sports01GE12D7QDL3jpgjpg Google honors Holocaust survivor Anne Frank with a doodle inspired by "The Diary of a Young Girl."

On August 4, 1944, the Gestapo detained her family, and after their detention, her family was sent to concentration camps. After being sent from Auschwitz to the concentration camp in Bergen-Belsen, Anne and her sister Margot died a few months later.

Since its first release on June 25, 1947, Anne’s “The Diary of a Young Girl” has sold more than 30 million copies worldwide and been translated into 67 different languages, according to AFP.

Otto Frank, Anne’s father, was the only member of the Frank family to live. After the war, Otto visited Amsterdam and discovered that his secretary, Miep Gies, had kept a copy of his
daughter Anne’s journal. In 1947, Otto decided to make Anne Frank’s diary public.


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