The Diary Of A Young Girl

925 WordsNov 24, 20144 Pages
Annelies Maie Frank was a writer and a diarist. She was one of the most discussed Jewish victims of the Holocaust. Frank had an impact on the world by providing future generations with a direct testimony from a seemingly ordinary girl who became one of millions to be pointlessly murdered because of their ethnicity. In 1947 the diary and thoughts of an innocent thirteen year old female were published; but the thoughts weren’t so every day, they were the thoughts of Anne Frank. Frank’s diary the diary of a Young Girl, documents her experiences hiding during time Germany occupied the Netherlands in WWII. Despite the circumstances for Jewish people in the Netherlands, Anne’s interest are quiet typical for a young adolescent girl. One of Frank’s first diary entries starts off with her sating that she hopes that she can reveal everything in it, because she feels she never had someone to confide in. In writing her diary, Anne Frank was in a unique position to make the world understand what it was like to live a life of hiding. Having to hide her existence in exchange for a slight chance for survival during the Nazi regime. For Anne’s thirteenth birthday she received an autographed book from her father Otto, which she then turned into her world famous diary. Although many of her early entries relate to the mundane aspects of her life, Frank also discusses some of the changes that had taken place in the Netherlands since the German occupation. Anne, like every other Jew, was living
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