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    The Story of Anne Frank

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    The Story of Anne Frank Learning about the Holocaust can be extremely difficult due to the massive amount of information it entails. In addition, the Holocaust was a tragic event on so massive a scale it is hard to emotionally comprehend. Comparison is a common way of better understanding and exploring unknown topics. One further step is to bring the topic to a personal level, so one can actually relate known concepts and individual ideas to any new aspects. In other words, an individual in today’s

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    Anne Frank Essay

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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

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    Anne Frank Analysis

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    Anne Frank “In spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart.”(Anne Frank). Anne Frank was a young girl who was stuck in hiding with her family and four other people in a small annex of a business. Her rights began to deplete as Hitler gained control. She wrote in a diary that told the dates and events of what has happened. As you will read the historical events influenced the moods of the characters in the play “ The Diary of Anne Frank” by Frances Goodrich and Albert

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    Essay On Anne Frank

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    Matthews January 10, 2014 Anne Frank During The Holocaust Anne Frank is a strong young girl that lived during the Holocaust in Amsterdam, Germany. She lived in a very bad time during the Holocaust which she either had to hide or go to a concentration camp. Anne Frank is a normal girl that should be going to school and not be in hiding from the Nazis and should not have to take the sacrifices of having no friends, no ability to be free and to express her religion. I consider Anne a hero because all the

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    Essay On Anne Frank

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    Anne Frank: Her Will to Survive Growing up Anne lived in a very wealthy and happy home. Her father was a very successful man. He owned his own business and provided more than enough for the Frank family. When Anne was born in Frankfurt am Maine, Germany on June 12, 1929 her mom and dad moved to Amsterdam, Germany. (Web. 5 Mar 2014.) Anne was one of many children, with one older sister and two brothers. (Web. 5 Mar 2014.) The Frank family always helped and served Germany whenever they could. (Web

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    Analysis Of Anne Frank

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    The story that I decided to pick is Anne Frank it is a historical story that I have always been interested in. It is based on true-life events with such an amazing story to go along with. The reason why I picked this story is the reason of the message it brings as well with the characters in the story. The story brings up a lot of emotions; sadness, hatred, fear, and happiness. The theme of the story takes place in a very historic time, but as well a very depressing time especially for the Jews.

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    Analysis Of Anne Frank

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    husband then attacks her. Her husband is unhappy with himself. The students begin to have confidence and read. The diary of Anne frank captivates the class. The students make an emotional connection to Anne Frank. She does fund the Anne frank lady to come and mails letters. She also gets local acclaim for her methods. The students get to meet the lady that house Anne Frank. The teacher always followed through on anything the said what they were going to do. The students in the class learn about

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    The Experiences of Anne Frank and Other Jews in Hiding Despite several notable contrasts between Anne Frank’s life presented in the play, “The Diary of Anne Frank,” and other accounts of Jewish people in hiding during World War II, the lives of these Jews had more similarities than differences. These people were similar in the way that they lived the same schedule every day. Anne and the other Jews relied on their helpers, who risked their lives willingly, to provide food and other human necessities

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    The Early Life of Anne Frank

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    Annelies Marie Frank was born on June 12, 1929 in Frankfurt, Germany where her family lived at the time. Anne was born Jewish. Her mother, Edith, and her father, Otto, had another daughter, Margot, born in 1926. Shortly after Anne’s birth, the Frank family moved to a stucco duplex in the suburbs of Frankfurt addressed 307 Marbachweg. They lived in the first two floors on the right half. With help from their housekeeper, Kathi Stilgenbauer, Edith took care of her precious, colicky baby with some

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    Anne Frank essay The diary of Anne Frank play, written by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett in the 1950’s, takes place during WWll or more importantly the holocaust. The holocaust was the mass extermination of jews during the rule of the Nazi party. One of the Nazi’s main goals was to eliminate the Jewish population as a whole. This play about Anne Frank is about Anne’s life in the Secret Annex where she and seven other people have to hide from the Nazi’s in Amsterdam for the fear of being sent

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