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  • Anne Frank And The Holocaust

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    Slide One - In 1933, Anne Frank and her family left Germany as the war had become unsafe for them to be Jews in Germany. The family fled to Amsterdam and lived a normal, quiet life. Otto Frank, Anne’s father had worked in a bank in Germany but after moving, he opened his own company called “Opekta” where he sold spices. Both Anne and Margot went to school while their Mother Edith took care of the home. As the war progressed,becoming worse, the Frank family tried to emigrate to England or the United

  • Anne Frank Diary Analysis

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    Annelies Marie Frank was a Jewish teen born on June 12, 1929 in Frankfurt, Germany. She wrote a diary and was a World War II Holocaust victim. The family moved to Amsterdam and later went into hiding at the Secret Annex for two years to flee the Nazi. Anne wrote about her experiences and wishes during that time. When the family was found and sent to concentration camps, she was only fifteen; there she died. The Diary Letters were excerpts from her diary published on June 25, 1947 by her father, Otto

  • Essay About Germany

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    could have detonated or not, or it it was meant for the pharmacy or the market. There is also no indication of terrorism or any other motive. On October 31, German train company, Deutsche Bahn, decided to name a train after the young diarist, Anne Frank. This has prompted an outcry. Merja

  • The Diary Of A Young Girl

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    Ann Frank was a significant German-Jewish diarist. She was known for writing diary while hiding in the attic for escaping from Nazi party’s catching. (Roosevelt) Therefore, Ann Frank’s family and another family hid in the “secret Annex” in seclusion which is isolated from the outside world at Amsterdam. They lived crowded, confronted hunger, and fed up with the life in living at the confined attic (back of the book). For the next difficult two years, Ann Frank kept on her diary and recorded what

  • Inside the life of Anne Frank “There's only one rule you need to remember: laugh at everything and

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    Inside the life of Anne Frank “There's only one rule you need to remember: laugh at everything and forget everybody else! It sound egotistical, but it's actually the only cure for those suffering from self-pity.” (Frank 321) Anne Frank was a young Jewish girl who went into hiding during World War II to avoid being captured by the Nazis. She and seven other people had to hide in a secret annex Prinsengracht 263 in Amsterdam. Anne received a diary on her 13th birthday and wrote about all the little

  • Sense Of Control In The Poem

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    Each individual’s environment impacts them in some way or another. It is the manner in which someone handles their given situation that determines the outcome. People who are born into deprived environments, or end up in one, have two options. They can either allow themselves to be controlled by it, or they can be the ones who exert the control. There are many examples of incarcerated people attempting to take control over their environment. Seemingly small gestures and acts can be someone’s only

  • Freedom Writers

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    Freedom writers Question 1. Why are the students so unwilling to associate with anyone outside their ethnic/racial groups? Where does this intolerance come from? The students are so unwilling to associate with each other because they’re not used to getting along with the other group of people. Their used to having to run or shoot at the other ethnic/racial groups. This intolerance comes from growing up in hostile environments towards the other ethnic/racial groups. 2. What would you

  • The Diary of Anne Frank Essay

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    The Diary of Anne Frank In this project, I will be comparing the life of Anne Frank to mine. Firstly, I will give a brief timeline of the main events that took place in her lifetime. Then I will begin to compare the various aspects of her life to mine. Finally, I will draw up a conclusion. Annelies Marie Frank was born in Frankfurt, Germany, just 60 years before I was, 1929. During the first three years of her life, The Great Depression happened. The National Socialist Party began to gain

  • Sacrifice by Fire Essay

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    Both Anne Frank and her sister Margot died of typhus at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in the year of 1945. Their mother died from hunger and exhaustion in Auschwitz in January 1945. Otto Frank, the father, was the only family member who had survived the horrors of the Auschwitz concentration camp. Even though the times of Holocaust are relatively

  • Mein Kaumf by Adolf Hitler Essay

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    it was built. When you would walk up the stairs to where the Secret Annexe (the place the Franks stayed) there would be a bookshelf covering a door that led to a staircase that led to where they were staying. If a random person were to have walked off the street and into the office, they would be very confused in the annexe and have trouble even getting to the door to the annexe. On the morning of the Franks moving into the Annexe Margot would have already been there becuase she had been recieving