By M. a. Dorothea Shefer-Vanson, Anne Frank
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He and his wife emigrated to Holland after the anti-Semitic riots of November 1938 which took place throughout Germany. When Mr. Düssel went into hiding, his wife was informed that he had managed to get out of the country, so she never knew that her husband was in Amsterdam, near her, until the group was discovered by the Nazis. " Life in the confined quarters of the "Secret Annexe" had made Mr. Düssel rather difficult, and Anne describes him with great severity in her diary. If life in hiding was uncomfortable and annoying, it was much more so if one had to share one small room with a somewhat pedantic, older man.
She began collecting what few crusts of bread she could find and hiding them in her bed, saying that they were for her husband. The bread spoiled, but still she continued to hoard it, unwilling or unable to eat. She was forty-five years old when she died in her bed in Auschwitz on January 6, 1945, ten days before the SS guards fled from the camp. Mr. Van Daan A business associate of Otto Frank's, Mr. " This is supported by Anne's account of him in her diary; his wife appears to have been the more domineering of the two, at least during the period while they were in hiding.
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Diary of Anne Frank by M. a. Dorothea Shefer-Vanson, Anne Frank