How Did Anne Frank Die?


Annelies Marie ‘Anne’ Frank died of typhus, a disease caused by bad hygiene and lack of adequate nutrition. She died aged 15 and is one of the most renowned and most discussed Jewish victims of the Holocaust. Acknowledged for the quality of her writing, her diary has become one of the world's most widely read books.
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Anne Frank died of typhus at the age of 16 on December 31, 1945
Anne Frank is the best-known victim of the Jewish genocide known as the Holocaust, which was ordered by Germany's Adolf Hitler during World War II. When German troops occupied the Netherlands, Frank and her family spent two years hiding from the Naz... More>> · More images »
Anne Frank is the best-known victim of the Jewish genocide known as the Holocaust,Anne died in 1945 in a typhus epidemic at the camp at Bergen-Belsen.
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Annelies Marie Frank died in a concentration camp in Germany from Typhus at the age of 15 in 1945. Typhus is a bacteria disease that is spread from lice or fleas.
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