Today’s Google Doodle – Anne Frank’s Diary

Today’s Google Doodle pays tribute on the home page in honour of Anne Frank’s Diary, the teen diarist who died at the age of 15 during the Holocaust by presenting a collection of animated photos in the slideshow.

The doodles were designed by Google Doodle art director Thoka Maer. The German illustrator mentioned Jewish Diarist and writer from the German-Dutch community Anne Frank’s dedication to the preservation of memories of the Holocaust as a major element in the drawing process.

Google Pays Tribute To Anne Frank

It is reported that the Google search engine has been celebrating its 75th year anniversary since the journal of Anne Frank “The Diary of a Young Girl” — by presenting an animated slideshow. The Google Doodle about Anne describes what she and relatives of the family were exposed to during the period of Nazi oppression. Her hiding place was in the office of her father. The drawings were created for Google Doodle by Google Doodle artist director Thoka Maer. The German illustrator spoke of her dedication to preserving the holocaust’s memory as an important aspect of the illustration process.

Everything You Need to Learn about Anne Frank!

In Germany’s Frankfurt on the 12th of June 1929. Anne Frank and her family were required to move to Amsterdam within the Netherlands to escape the hatred and violence afflicting millions of minorities tormented by the growing Nazi Party.

Germany entered the Netherlands in 1940, and the oppression and segregation of Dutch Jews soon followed. When she turned 13 years old just one month before her family members went into hiding, Frank received the book that would eventually become her most renowned diary.

Frank published her first article on the 20th of June 1942 and after moving into the Achterhuis or the Secret Annex, she began writing frequently and in-depth about the restrictions imposed on Dutch Jews, her experience of hiding in the dark and her aspirations, as well as the relationships she had with her family members. The year 1942 was the time that Anne as well as her extended family, as well as four other Jewish friends, were compelled to remain in a secret part of their father’s office building in order to avoid being targeted by the authorities.

The last entry in Frank’s diary dates from August 1st, 1944. Her arrest occurred three days later following an investigation of the annexe conducted by Nazi Grune Polizei and she was taken into the Auschwitz prison camp.

Her father Otto the sole family member who survived the Holocaust was able to return to Amsterdam and discovered her diary. Otto’s family convinced him to publish his diary and, in July 1947 the initial edition was published. The diary would later be a crucial document in learning about the hardships of Jews who suffered the most from Nazi rule.

The novel Anne’s “The Diary of A Young Girl” has been reported to have sold more than 30 million copies around the globe when it first came out on June 25, 1947, according to a report from NDTV and also translated into 67 languages too.

The Diary was made into a stage production that debuted on Broadway in the month of October 1955 and later in 1956, it was awarded two awards: the Tony Award for best play as well as the Pulitzer Prize for best drama. A film version starring George Stevens was produced in 1959. This play came under fire. it was criticized by screenwriter Meyer Levin, who wrote an early version of the play (later made into an hour-long radio play) and also accused Otto Frank and his chosen screenwriters, Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett of sanitizing and de-Judaizing their story. The play was frequently played in high school across the world and then reprised (with modifications) on Broadway in 1997-98.

One of the most famous quotations from her journal is: “Although I’m only fourteen I’m quite certain of what I want. I know what is right and who’s wrong. I have my thoughts as well as my own thoughts and beliefs, and even though it might sound a bit crazy as an adolescent I’m more like a human being than a child. I’m quite independently of anyone.”

In 1944 the month of August In 1944, the Frank family was seized by The Nazi Secret Service, and following their detention, Anne and her elder sister Margot Frank were deported to the Bergen-Belsen prison camp for concentration by Nazi forces from Germany.

Frank was moved to Bergen Belsen with some 8,000 other women. Their mother, Edith Frank, was removed and died shortly after. The following year, at the beginning of 1945 Frank passed away within Bergen Belsen. Although the cause of her death was not known, however, evidence suggests Frank passed away because of the typhus outbreak that took over the entire concentration camp during the time when she died. 17,000 Jews died from the typhus epidemic.

How does Google Locate Anne Frank?

Google disclosed that the search engine witnessed a surge in the interest in Anne Frank in February 2022 which was the time that Netflix launched My Best Friend Anne Frank on its streaming platform. Google also found that the nation with the most searches on Anne Frank since 2004 is the Netherlands which is where Frank lived for the majority of the time.

Anne Frank is one of the top 60 search topics that deal with Jewish cultural heritage, Google said, adding that the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam is more frequently searched in comparison to other museums like the Van Gogh Museum, also situated inside Amsterdam, the Dutch capital.

Does Anne Frank’s original diary still exist?

The original diary of Anne Frank, which was red-checked, is displayed at the museum. You may visit the site of the museum here.

What were Anne Frank’s last words in her diary?

“As I’ve told you many times, I’m split in two. One side contains my exuberant cheerfulness, my flippancy, my joy in life and, above all, my ability to appreciate the lighter side of things.”

Is Anne Frank’s diary a real story?

The NIOD concludes that the study by the Netherlands Forensic Institute has convincingly shown that the two versions of Anne Frank’s diary Anne Frank were written by her between 1942-44.

How did the Frank family get caught?

Based on a tip of an informant Dutch informant Based on a tip from a Dutch informer Nazi Gestapo arrests the 15-year-old Jewish journalist Anne Frank and her family inside a sealed-off portion of the Amsterdam warehouse. The Franks were forced to take refuge there in 1942, fearing being deported to the Nazi prison camp.

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