Anne took it seriously because she wanted to become a writer and journalist.
In her diary, Anne recounted in detail not only her feeling and thoughts but also the daily lives and tensions of living in a small space with little food available.
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In November a friend of the van Pels, a dentist also from Germany Fritz Pfeffer, would be the join them in the annex.
After hearing that the Netherlands wanted people to write diaries recounting the war for publication after the war, Anne began editing her diary and writing with focus.As Soviet writer Ilya Ehrenburg said of Anne’s diary, “One voice speaks for six million—the voice not of a sage or a poet but of an ordinary little girl.” Although Anne left a trail of her life in the secret annex in her diary, questions remain as to who really betrayed the family and when she died.on June 12, 1929, in Frankfurt, Germany, she had an older sister Margot Betti, four years older, the family was liberal Jews.In 1938, Otto established a second company Pectacon, which sold “herbs, pickling salts, and mixed spices.” Both girls went to mixed schools, Margot to public schools and Anne to a Montessori school.Life would change for the Franks again, unsettling them once more, in May 1940, when the Nazis invaded the Netherlands.She gave aliases to the van Pels and Pfeffer, calling them van Daan and Alfred Dussel respectively.Anne shared a room with Pfeffer and she had the most tensions and clashes with him, portraying him the most negatively in her diary than anyone else.With Adolf Hitler’s rise to power in 1933, the Franks moved Amsterdam, Netherlands, Otto first, then Edith and the children.There they established a routine, Otto worked at Opekta Works, a company that extracted pectin, and they lived in an apartment in Merwedeplein (Merwede Square) in Rivierenbuurt, Amsterdam.To the Nazis, the Franks were considered criminals for not replying to the notice for Margot in 1942, and for hiding.From the annex, the Franks van Pels and Pfeffer were taken to Huis van Bewaring (House of Detention), a prison on the Weteringschans. was the janitor at a building behind the Prinsengracht building.