Anna Frank and The Holocaust Essay

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In the wortld there is almost always a middle school lesson that focuses on the Holocaust. There are many titles that surround the Holocaust. Many things relate to Hitler and World War II. Also a common method for learning about the Holocaust is studying Anne Frank.

Anne Frank was a young girl that was Jewish. She was normal and had an entertaining life. When Hitler came into power the Frank family was in Amsterdam. Anne's sister, Margot, got a call-up notice. That meant Margot had to register with the goverment where she lived. Otto Frank, their father, then took the family into hiding. They lived in a spot Anne called the secret annexe. Also there was another family that eventually lived with them, and an elderly man eventually came
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In the wortld there is almost always a middle school lesson that focuses on the Holocaust. There are many titles that surround the Holocaust. Many things relate to Hitler and World War II. Also a common method for learning about the Holocaust is studying Anne Frank.

Anne Frank was a young girl that was Jewish. She was normal and had an entertaining life. When Hitler came into power the Frank family was in Amsterdam. Anne's sister, Margot, got a call-up notice. That meant Margot had to register with the goverment where she lived. Otto Frank, their father, then took the family into hiding. They lived in a spot Anne called the secret annexe. Also there was another family that eventually lived with them, and an elderly man eventually came into the annexe as well. The Van Pelse family was the family living there. In their family, they had only one son. They were surviving with false ration cards that an ally of theirs, Miep, got them.

Later on, the Gustapo, police, had found them, and they were sent to a camp. It was a mild camp, a mere waypoint. There was food, schools, and alright barracks. They were then selected because of their criminal status to go on to Aushowitz, an execution camp. Men and Women were seperated whenever they first got to the camp. Then the elderly and children were divided out. Those people, the ones who couldn't work, were sent to the gad chambers to be killed.It wasn't long before Anne and Margot contacted Scabbies, a contagious disease that slowly