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Hanneli Goslar


Nurse known to be a good friend of Holocaust sufferer Anne Frank, writer of The Journal of Anne Frank. She actually is known to possess secretly given meals and clothes to Frank throughout their stay in the Bergen-Belsen focus camp. She became close friends with Anne Frank while going to the Sixth General public Montessori college in Amsterdam. She and her more youthful sister Gabriela had been the just two users of her family members to survive the Holocaust. Her parents had been Hans Goslar and Ruth Judith Klee. Her mom died while having a baby to her third kid. She’s been featured in a number of documentaries about the life span of Anne Frank, including 1988’s THE FINAL Seven Weeks of Anne Frank.

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Full Name Hanneli Goslar
Date Of Birth November 12, 1928
Place Of Birth Berlin, Germany
Profession Nurse, Author, Guest speaker
Education Jewish Lyceum, Montessori Lyceum Amsterdam
Nationality German
Spouse Walter Pinchas Pick
Children Ruth Pinchas Pick
Parents Hans Goslar, Ruth Judith Klee
Siblings Gabi Goslar
Star Sign Scorpio

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1She has three children with her husband and ten grandchildren.
2She was best friends with Anne Frank.
3Has a younger sister named Gabi Goslar and her other sibling died during childbirth along with their mother.
4Daughter of Ruth Judith Klee and Hans Goslar.



Hanneli and Anne2017Short very special thanks



Anne Frank's Diary1999Herself (as Hannah Pik-Goslar)
Anne Frank Remembered1995DocumentaryHerself (as Hannah Pik-Goslar)
The Last Seven Months of Anne Frank1988TV Movie documentaryHerself (as Hannah Pik-Goslar)

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