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  • Margot Betti Frank (16 February 1926 – February 1945) was the elder daughter of Otto and Edith Frank and the older sister of Anne Frank. Margot's deportation order from the Gestapo hastened the Frank family into hiding. According to the diary of her younger sister, Anne, Margot kept a diary of her own, but no trace of Margot's diary has ever been found. She died in Bergen-Belsen.
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     Margot is described as smart and preatty @MargotFrank
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     i think they need to find more resorses on margot betti frank to tell us more of how she lived and what she did in her spare time,and her friends and if any of them survied the haloucaust and if so talk to them about it and margot and see if they can find her diary. @MargotFrank
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Laureen Nussbaum
photo credit: Becky2987
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Birthday 3 August, 1927
Birthplace Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Zodiac Sign Leo
Claim to Fame Holocaust survivor
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Hannelore "Hansi" Klein (Laureen Nussbaum) was exactly midway in age between Anne and Margot. Hansi was an exception among those who knew Anne - she was rather indifferent about Anne, idolizing Anne's sister Margot instead. But Anne, Hansi, and Hansi's two sisters performed in a holiday play about a vain princess who is punished with a long nose for her vanity, until she sees the error of her ways. Anne played the princess, and Hansi noted that she played the role to perfection, and had "natural charisma". Most people felt that Margot was the more beautiful of the Frank sisters, but Hansi observed that Anne, in her opinion, was prettier than Margot because "she was always smiling". Aside from those anecdotes, however, Hansi thought of Anne primarily as a noisy chatterbox, and "a shrimp", and she was surprised and impressed with Anne's inner depth upon reading the diary much later. Hansi married a young physician after the war and, upon emigrating to America, changed her first name to "Laureen", and ultimately became a professor of foreign literature and languages at Portland State University.

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