The city and its inhabitants before, during and after the war
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Otto Frank is able to set up a business in Amsterdam. Anne Frank standing on the steps of Otto’s business Opekta
Anne and Margot have many friends who have also fled from Germany
Two days previously they had been fighting the Dutch army
The Germans hold a victory parade from Haarlem to Utrecht
Signs with 'Judenviertel’,‘Jewish Quarter’ are erected
The arrests are reprisals
It says ‘Jewish Neighbourhood’, ‘Jewish Street’, ‘Jewish Canal’, on the signs
The speech is unexpected and Heinrich Himmler is friendly and appreciative
The deportations had started the year before
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