The Diary Of Anne Frank

1084 Words May 18th, 2016 5 Pages
Anne Frank 's life has impacted the lives of others because, her family background, Anne 's time in hiding, and what she expressed in her diary. Without Anne we would never know what life was like in the holocaust, from a personal standpoint. It came from the pages of a diary belonging to a young Jewish girl, Anne Frank. The Diary of Anne Frank has been read by hundreds of millions of people around the world since the end of World War II. Otto, her father, was a very well respected businessman and a leader of the Jewish community. Anne had one sibling, a sister named Margot, who was two years older. At the time, the country 's leader was Adolf Hitler, his followers that supported him were known as “Nazi’s”. Hitler blamed Germany 's economic disasters on the Jewish people, in order to fix this, he wanted to annex people who practiced the Jewish faith out of the country. He sent these people to concentration camps, better known as death camps. It was almost impossible for anyone to survive. The camps consisted of gas chambers, leading poison into a room killing everyone. The main cause of death was starvation, and the poor conditions leading to diseases. Throughout the book, she explains how hard it was to for her, and her family to get away from these horrible tragedies that took place. “Think of all the beauty still left around you and be happy.” Anne tried to see the positives in life, but it is hard when a grand genocide is happening. By 1933, Otto…

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