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Google Honors the Life of Anne Frank with Animated Diary Doodles

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Google honored the 75th anniversary of the publication of Anne Frank’s Diary with animated “Doodles” depicting key moments in her life depicted in the book. 

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doodles, which also commemorate the Holocaust victim’s would-have-been 93rd birthday earlier this month

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were launched in over 25 countries, including the U.S., Germany and the U.K.

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The doodles were created by Google Doodle art director Thoka Maer

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Anne Frank was born on June 12, 1929, in Frankfurt Germany

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In 1933, soon after Adolf Hitler’s rise to power with the Nazi Party’s federal election victory, the Frank family emigrated west to Amsterdam.

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On her 13th birthday, one month before her family went into hiding, Frank received the book which would go on to become her famous diary. The last entry in the diary is dated August 1, 1944.

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Her arrest came three days later after a raid of the annex by the Nazi police, after which she was deported to Auschwitz.

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In addition, Google honored Frank by releasing Google Trends statistics about search trends about the heroic figure around the world. The search engine saw a peak in interest in Anne Frank in February 2022