Ever played a game of hide and seek? Well it was slightly like that for the Franks (A Jewish family living during the Holocaust) except they were forced to play, and if caught the consequences were deadly. The theme of Anne Frank is human growth involves pain, this is the theme because life can’t flow smoothly without a few bumps, there's always a few things you have to get past first. Anne Frank and her family were forced into hiding because they were Jewish, and Jewish people were discriminated against and killed in concentration camps during the Holocaust.
Anne shares with us a story almost 11 milllion people closesly experienced from Nazi religious persecution. Anne and the rest of the group hiding in the Secret Annex manage to avoid Nazi's through the worst of the undesireable hunt. As the diary goes on her writing matures as she grows into a young woman. She vividly shares with us the Allied Forces progression during the period. Just as the war enters its final stages, the Secret Annex is raided by Nazi Police, arrested are all eight members of the Secret Annex.
“The Diary of Anne Frank” is a great story that comes straight from the journal written by a young girl named Anne Frank. “The Diary of Anne Frank” has multiple themes demonstrated throughout the book. However, the most common theme is Good vs. Evil. For example, society during World War II was very much looked on as good vs. evil. You had the Germans, and you had the prisoners. The eight people hiding in the small annex from the Germans were also demonstrated as going through good and evil times. Finally, Anne is a young girl that just wants to have a normal life. Having that dream, but not being able to chase it has had a really
Contrast that innocent paragraph with the horror of her final moments and days on earth--that should tell you all you truly need to know about Anne Frank, the Holocaust, and Nazi Germany. I find it almost impossible to re-read her book of short stories—it’s simply too heartbreakingly innocent and tender.
People can only imagine the terrors that the Jews and other ethnic groups had to go through during the Holocaust in World War II. With Anne Frank’s diary, people can finally put themselves into the scene and captivate all the feelings and sentiments that Anne Frank has poured onto the pages. Anne Frank, her family, and their friends were known for hiding from the German Nazis in the Secret Annex for two years from 1942-1944. Innocent and naive,
The movie The Diary of Anne Frank tells the life of a girl from the land of windmills, the Netherlands. Anne Frank was born in Amsterdam on June 12, 1929. Her parents are Otto Frank dan Edith Hollander Frank. She has one sister, who elder than her, her name is Margot. She was from a family of Jewish nationality. This little girl was born in an era in which people of Jewish nationality who lived in the Netherlands getting unfair treatment. Anne lived in the time of Nazi Germany invaded the Netherlands and remove those of Jewish descent. At the era where Jews were not allowed to watch at the cinema, use train, bicycle, or drive a car, and is outside the house on at 8 pm. On 13th birthday, Anne getting gifts from neighbors a book about the film. This film is a movie starring Ginger Rogers and Clark Gable,
Adolf Hitler was a horrible man, and he made Jew's lives horrible. Killing and torturing more than 6 million, just because they’re Jewish. The drama by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett shows that Anne Frank and 7 others crammed themselves into a secret annex building for 25 months straight. Little did they know, their few month hiding place became a few year hiding place. Hiding from the Nazis, the 8 always lived in faltering hope that the Allied Forces would come and save them from Hitler’s reign of terror. The historical events in The Diary of Anne Frank changed the behaviors of the characters as well as the relationships between characters.
The people hiding knew they were in trouble. Nazi officers questioned someone helping them hide which led to and investigation of all rooms of the building in the office. Soon the Nazi’s came to the room with the secret enterance behind a hinged bookcase. Once the discovery of the enterance to the hiding space the officer entered to arrest the people who spent two years in fear that this event would come. “I remember that day as if it were yesterday. I was so scared as I heard the officer with the gun run up the stairs,” Anne stated as she grew with anxiousness throughout the interview. AFter being caught by the Nazi’s their valuables were collected and they were given five minutes to head out of the annex. One thing that was not viewed as a valuable was Anne’s diary. Anne had spent two years writing in her diary. Each entry would be titled with “Dear Kitty,...” until her last entry right before she had to abandon it for her new life in concentration camp. Four days later she was sent to the camp Westerbork only to be sent to Auschwitz later in September. “ I remember the amount of happiness I felt when I was sent to the barracks and not to the gas chambers even if I still had to suffer the pain of a concentration camp. I wanted to survive as long as I could,” says Anne Frank. About two months after being sent to Auschwitz she was sent to Bergen-Belsen where she had to leave behind her mother, father, and more. She was sent with her sister Margot who is extremely ill currently. “ I am all bones right now and starving but I am try to fight even if my parents are probably still not alive. I miss my parents dearly,” states Anne as tears start down her face. Anne’s story is just one of many in this camp, but any story of this horrible time must be
During The Holocost and World war II there is a family that goes into hiding along with another family. A 13 year old girl, Anne Frank and her familly hides in a secret annex behind a bookcase in a warehouse. After two years in the warehouse gets a new owner who tells on the families that are living in the annex. At first they are all sent to a holding camp but soon after they are split up and sent to a work camp. Annes mom is sent to the gas chamber in which she dies at. Anne's sister become extrememly ill with the Typus diease and not long after Anne also gets sick from the same diease. During Anne's stay in the annex she writes in a diary. When her family is foumd it gets left behind and one of the people who helped hid the family kept it for her. Anne's father, the only surviver, reads her diary and publishes it. Her diary
The story of Anne Frank is probably one of the most recognized and well known in the world. The experiences she and her family suffered through as they hid from the Nazis during the Holocaust. Their story is well documented in Anne’s own words through her diary. She revealed the horror and difficulties her family faced as they hid in an attic (the annex) for two years from the Nazis. Somehow, despite starvation, hours of total silence, and being separated from the outside world, she maintained a belief that man was still capable of humanity. In her diary, she stated, “In spite of everything, I still believe people are really good at heart.” How is it possible for someone who endured what she endured to still have kindness, optimism, and hope?
In Anne’s diary her hideout, also the setting of the book, is a big reason why the diary is how it is. Because of their setting, it shows how the theme of war is all around the Franks and they are lucky not to be caught. For example, because they shared their home with an office building, the Franks witnessed some attempted robberies. On March 25,1943, Anne states, “ Mr.Van Daan got up and put on his coat and hat and followed Daddy cautiously downstairs, Peter took up the rear, armed with a large hammer in case of emergencies. The gentleman reappeared five minutes later and told us all was quiet in the house. The excitement had affected most of our tummies, you can imagine the atmosphere was like when we had each paid a visit in succession”. The burglaries in Anne’s diary remind us that every day they had to be worried about something. It kept the readers wondering what will happen next.
In the late 1930s and early 1940s the world experienced very traumatic events. Adolf Hitler comes to power in Germany. He banned all political parties, except the Nazis. Two of the families that were affected by his changes were the Franks and the Van Daans. Anne Frank was a member of the Frank family. Her family and the Van Daans experienced what was happening personally. During the time that she was forced to go into hiding, she kept a diary with her. The diary has become very important item for learning about the events that happened. Historical events are reflected in the play “The Diary of Anne Frank” by showing how what’s happening in the outside world affects the families that have had to go into hiding.
By June 12, 1942, Anne Frank had been alive for thirteen years; as a gift, she received a diary. Her thirteenth birthday present was used to record her thoughts and emotions built up over the two years that she and the others stayed hidden away in the secret annex after her sister, Margot Frank, was called to a German concentration camp. This, an excerpt from Anne Frank 's diary, displays the horror that was felt: “I was stunned. A call-up, everyone knows what that means. Visions of concentration camps and lonely cells raced through my head.” A normal teenage girl shouldn’t have to endure these types of things. It was courageous of Anne to even write in the diary. She is truthful about the horror of this historical event. She could have left out the gruesome details but if
The Author came out with a strong out look on the situation of Anne Franks Development. Anne Frank was a little girl who lived in Amsterdam with her Father, they lived a normal life until the Holocaust took place and for forced Anne into hiding. Sadly the Nazis found out about the Franks hiding and who they were staying with, Otto Frank was they only one who survived. Anne Frank knew that she would even be living a sad and scary life. "Anne’s Voice. I expect I should be describing what it feels like to go into hiding. But I really don’t know yet myself. I only know it’s funny never to be able to go outdoors . .
The Diary of Anne Frank is a remarkably moving book about the short life of a young girl and her family. The Holocaust was a horrible time for Jewish people and Anne and her Jewish family’s lives were completely turned upside down as a result. The war resulted in the deaths of countless people, mostly innocent people. Before the invasion on D-day and the end of the war not too long after, the rest of the world didn’t know the real disaster going on over seas. Anne Frank’s once secret diary has introduced the immense suffering and horror that occurred during the Holocaust.