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    Anne Frank

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    girl was born in Frankfurt, Germany. No one realized that this infant, who was Jewish, was destined to become one of the world’s most famous victims of World War II. Her name was Anne Frank, and her parents were Edith Frank Hollandar and Otto Frank. She had one sister, Margot, who was three years older than she was. Anne led a happy and normal childhood, and on her 13th birthday she received a diary from her parents. It became special to her as years went by. It is through this diary that much about

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    Diary Of Anne Frank

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    1.The Diary of Anne Frank by Anne Frank2.The setting of this book is an attic of a building in Amsterdam during the time period of 1942 to 1944.3.The historical period of this book is World War II.4.Anne Frank was a young girl who is the author of this popular diary. She was thought of by others as conceited but didn't think so herself. She was in love with Peter Van Daan in the attic.Margot Frank was the older sister of Anne who was considered smarter and more adultlike than younger sister. Margot

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    Anne Frank Essay

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    Girl by Anne Frank). This quote has a lot of meaning because she wanted to be remembered and I am now writing and telling about her eighty one years later. Anne Frank is a hero because she was a spirited young Jewish girl that had to go into hiding at the age of thirteen. Life story of Anne Frank After getting married Otto and Edith Frank settled down in Frankfurt, Germany. They’d soon have their two children. Margrot in 1926, and Anne Frank three years later. In his writing, Otto Frank remembers

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    Essay On Anne Frank

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    tell their story. Despite only living until she was 15, Anne Frank tried her best to survive in difficult conditions. Her story demonstrates the strength of the human nature when pushed to its limit. Annelies Frank was born in June of 1929 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. She had one sister, Margot, who was three years older than her. Her parents were Otto and Edith Frank. Otto worked in his family’s bank while Edith stayed home to watch Anne and her sister. They were a Jewish family along with

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    Anne Frank Childhood

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    Anne Frank was a young but bright girl. She was born June 12, 1945 in Frankfurt, Germany. She lived with her mom Edith Frank, her father Otto Frank, and her sister Margot. They were upper-middle class with a religiously diverse neighborhood, near the outskirts of Germany. During the 1930s Adolf Hitler became Germany’s leading political force winning control over Germany’s government in 1933. After the Franks moved to Amsterdam, Netherlands to flee from the German, they had freedom and could start

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    Essay On Anne Frank

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    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 things that had happened to her throughout the day. Three weeks before they were found Anne wrote in her diary: “Day and night during every waking hour

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    Anne Frank was born June 12, 1929, in Frankfurt, Germany, and is the most talked about Jewish victim of the Holocaust. She was a 14 year old girl who gained fame from writing her diary, which was later published and called The Diary of a Young Girl. Anne, her family, the Van Daan's and Mr. Dussel went into hiding in the secret Annex building. Anne kept a diary while she was in hiding and recorded her everyday life. Unfortunately, she was taken to Bergen-Belsen concentration camp and then later to

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    Germany, the jews went through a dark and harsh time. Anne Frank was a 13 year old girl, who was Jewish, that had to go into hiding because of the tragedy. Anne Frank and her fellow family and friends had to hide in captivity for two years. From August of 1942 to September of 1945, Hitler started a war against every jews. During this war, something called the holocaust occurred. This event is something that will always be remembered. Mr. Frank, Pim, picked a hiding spot in Amsterdam for himself and

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    “So much has happened, it is just as if the whole world turned upside down” (Frank, 1). Many tragic events have happened in history that have then been documented which provided the perfect opportunity for a piece of literature to be written. Many pieces of literature such as Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl describe the horrific incidents that occurred during the time period of the Holocaust during World War 2. Not to mention, video clips including, The War: Near Execution, provide information

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    The Short Life of Anne Frank by Gerrit Netten

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    analyse my chosen documentary ‘The Short Life of Anne Frank’ by Gerrit Netten, with cinema dramatization of real events ‘The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas’ by Mark Herman. I will be focusing on how each director uses techniques to show true aspects of real life, and how this persuades the audience into believing that they are witnessing something accurate, and true to the directors intention. Gerrit Netten’s 2001 documentary ‘The Short Life of Anne Frank’ and Mark Herman’s 2008 historical drama based

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