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    the attic. In both the film and the book, Miep’s dentist goes by the name Albert Dussel, but his real name is Fritz Pfeffer. Anne also misnames the Van Daans whose real name is the Van Pels. The Diary of Anne Frank reflects the biases of Anne and the other occupants of the attic. This is best revealed through the revision of Fritz Pfeffer’s name. As aforementioned, Anne referred to Pfeffer as... ... middle of paper ... ...s the reality of life as a Jew during the Holocaust. Because the film itself

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    story about eight Jews going into hiding in the dreaded time of the Holocaust, and giving it all their will and strength to survive and get through the 1940s. The main characters of this book are Anne Frank and her family, the Van Pel Family, Fritz Pfeffer, Miep Gies, and Mr. Kraler. D-Day is an important event for these Jewish fellows, and it gave a lot of meaning to them. These Jews went through a lot of stress and mixed emotions. Anne says, “In spite of everything, I still believe that people

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    Young Girl’s Diary There are a lot of ways to change the world and people. Weapons like guns and knife can hurt or take a life from a person. Gifts, flowers, and a smile can make a person to feel a love, and relaxation. However, what is the strongest thing that can easily change a single person, to bunch of people, to a big amount of group, and even to the world? The answer is 'words'. Words have a special ability to make a person to be sad, happy, or mad really quickly. They are stronger then someone's

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    Anne Frank also known as Annelies Marie Frank was a sixteen year old girl who got murdered during the Holocaust. She was born in the city of Frankfurt in Germany to her parents Otto and Edith Frank. Anne Frank had an older sister who was three years older than she was and her name was Margot Betti Frank. The Franks were known as a very liberal family who were also classified as a middle class family since their ancestors lived in Germany. In 1933 the Franks decided to move towards Amsterdam since

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    The Life Of Anne Frank

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    best friend and confidant. In hiding, Anne continued to write in her diary nearly every day. She wrote about her life with the seven other people in hiding--her parents, her sister, the van Pels family (called the van Daan family by Anne), and Fritz Pfeffer (called Alfred Dussel by Anne), as well as the war going on around her, and her hopes for the future. When she filled up her original diary, Miep Gies and Bep Voskuijl, two of the family's helpers,brought her ledgers and loose sheets of paper

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    One group of Jews that decided to go into hiding into Amsterdam to keep safe include of, Anne Frank, Otto Frank, Edith Frank, Margot Frank, Hermann van Pels, Auguste van Pels, Peter van Pels and Fritz Pfeffer. All of these inhabitants lived in a “Secret Annexe” that affected them in different ways. The conditions in the annex affected Anne Frank, Margot Frank and Peter van Pels all in different emotional and mental ways. The conditions in the annex

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    The Influence of Meip Geis

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    Throughout history, there were and continue to be numerous people who influence the way a certain event turns out. Although some of these individuals influence the events of history negatively, there are some that lead to a positive outcome of a not-so positive situation. It is individuals such as these that make our world the way it is today. Meip Geis, is one of such individuals who influenced a very significant historical event. Meip Geis helped to shelter eight Jews from Adolf Hitler and the

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    months in hiding, Anne Frank and the seven others in the Secret Annex were found by the Gestapo, ‘ the German secret state police”, who had learned about the hiding place from an unknown person. After they were arrested, the Franks, Van Pels and Fritz Pfeffer were sent by the Gestapo to Westerbork, which was a holding camp in the northern Netherlands. In September 1944, they were sent by a freight train to the Auschwitz extermination and concentration camp in German-occupied Poland. Anne and Anne’s

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    The Diary of Anne Frank

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    This would happen to be my report on what happened to Anne and her family while World War II was in action once it was converted to a play and a movie format. I'm sure they both these versions are much less graphic than Anne and her family saw it. I just hope Anne feels that they do her story justice. Both the play and film version of The Diary of Anne Frank focus on Anne Frank and her family's experiences in hiding. However, there are some similarities, including how Anne hands out presents to her

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    The Diary of Ann Frank

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    Anne Frank was a 13 year old girl who lived in Amsterdam, Holland. She wrote a diary about her life during the Holocaust and when she was in hiding during the Nazi invasion. In her diary, she said “Despite, everything, I believe that people are really good at heart.” I agree with this statement. My first reason for agreeing with Ann Frank is that people will often help others, even in the worst conditions and even if they put themselves at risk. For example, Meip, an employee of Anne’s father, was

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