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Who is Nannete Konig-Blitz?
Nannete Konig-Blitz: Nanette Konig, born Nanette Blitz, is best known for her friendship with diarist Anne Frank. Nanny was a friend of Anne from the Jewish Lyceum. At some point of the Second World War, Nanny and her family was arrested, sent to the Westerbork transit camp, and eventually deported to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, where she was briefly reunited with Anne. Nanny survived the war, and stayed in a sanatorium of Belsen for three years. She continued her education in the Sanatorium. Nanny was reunited with Anne's father, Otto Frank, who was very kind to her. After the war, Nanny completed a secretarial course in the United Kingdom, and got a job in merchant bank of London. She married John Frederick Konig, and they had three children: Elizabeth, Judith and Martin. Nanny and her family reside in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
- also known as Nanny, Nanette Blitz Konig, E.S., Nannete Blitz, Nanette Blitz
- born in São Paulo, child of Helene Victoria Blitz-Davids and Martijn Willem Blitz
- ethnicity: Dutch people
- religion: Judaism
- education: Jewish Lyceum
- profession: Translator, economist
- Marriage with John Frederick Konig
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