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    situation Anne Frank matured from a teenager to a young woman as seen in the development of her personality, relationships with other people and lifestyle. Before the events of the Nazis Anne Frank had a wonderful life of living with her full family and friends. Her personality changes as time

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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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    overview Bergen-Belsen was a nazi concentration camp. It was not a death camp but many people or prisoners died there during the camp. Located in the small towns of bergen and Belsen .It was originally a prisoner war camp but in 1943 parts of it started becoming a concentration camp. After the whole camp was given over to the SS it was built into three main components with were the: "POW (prisoners of war) camp" which went on from 1940-Jan 1945. The"residence camp" started around April 1943 to April

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    much that you start doubting how much love you are getting? This happens very often. In the Diary of Anne Frank Act 1,That’s exactly how Anne felt about her older sister Margot. In the Diary of Anne Frank, Act I, the differences between Anne and her sister Margot include Margot being more mature than Anne, Anne being a nuisance to many people while they didn’t mind Margot’s presence , and Margot being a lot closer to her mom than Anne ever was. These differences impact Anne by making her feel like

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    The Diary Of Anne Frank

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    diary belonging to a teenage Jewish girl, Anne Frank. The Diary of Anne Frank has been read by people all around the world. Most schools in America read the play that was made from Anne’s diary. Other than her diary and the play that was written, one might wonder who Anne Frank was? This research paper will over look the life of Anne Frank, the Jewish girl who managed to find goodness in the midst of one of the saddest event in history. Annelies Marie Frank was born in the city of Frankfort, Germany

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    Anne Frank.

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    Anne Frank The diary of a young girl Anne was a 13 years Jewish girl that lived in Neatherlands in the time world war 2 was taking place; with a bad temper, it helped work with what she wanted. That’s why she didn’t get on well with her sister, her mother, and everybody else. The only different one was her dad, he understood what was happening to her, ( puberty), and helped her with everything she wanted. On her birthday she received a diary, Anne named it Kitty, and Kitty was her best friend

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    girl named Anne Frank. Anne Frank is a 13 year old lass, who writes down her personal experiences while living in the Secret Annex during the Holocaust. The “Secret Annex” is the name that Anne Frank gave the place when she started hiding from the discriminating commission taking place around the country, city, and neighborhood. The Secret Annex is a particular section of two joined buildings (the building is where Otto Frank use to work), located in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Anne Frank was not the only

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    Anne Frank

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    Annelies Marie Frank was born on June 12, 1929, in Frankfurt, Germany. Anne was born to the parents of Otto and Edith Frank, and she had a sister named Margot. Anne and her family were an under middle-class German-Jewish family. Her father Otto was a lieutenant in the German army during World War I, later becoming a businessman in Germany and the Netherlands. Growing up Anne Frank faced many struggles because she was Jewish, she had to go into hiding, and she was put in a concentration camp. As you

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    her sister Margot. Like most girls, her relationship with her sister is bitter - full of conflict and eventually some understanding. Anne deals with her relationship with Margot by writing diary entries because she wants to vent her feelings of frustration, admiration, and jealousy. To begin with, Anne has a frustrating relationship with her sister which she speaks of in her diary entries. Like most girls her age, Anne is fairly moody and is immature due to her minimal tolerance of Margot. She writes

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    Essay On Anne Frank

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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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