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  • Otto Frank: The Holocaust Survivor

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    but Otto Frank, Anne's Frank's father, survived the holocaust through hiding. The secret annex became the shelter for Otto Frank, his family, and several others Jews starting July sixth, 1942( The annex provided a barrier from the Nazis and death camps for two years before the Gestapo discovered the Franks and others and sent the Jews to concentration camps for the remainder of the holocaust( The others in hiding with Frank lost their lives, leaving Otto Frank the

  • Anne Frank

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    Anne Frank A young Jewish girl, who spent two years hiding along with seven others in the Secret Annex in Amsterdam during World War II, became a symbol of hope for all the people who suffered during the Holocaust. Anne Frank’s childhood is harbored in the diary she wrote while in hiding, in the aftermath of her and her family being discovered create the symbol the world has come to understand as hope. Even though Anne Frank’s story happened over 60 years ago, the world still remembers the thirteen

  • Biography of Anne Frank

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    Annelies “Anne” Marie Frank was born on June 12 1929 in Frankfurt, Weimar in Germany. She was the daughter of Otto Frank (1889-1980) and Edith Frank Hollander (1900-1945). She also had a sister, named Margot (1926-1945), who was three years older then her. Anne Frank was Jewish and became one of the million victims of the Holocaust. Anne Frank claims her fame by writing a diary Diary of Anne Frank that got published after she died. In that diary she expressed her hopes, fears, feelings and thoughts

  • Anne Frank Essay

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    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

  • Anne Frank Diary Essay

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    Articles Discussing the Diary of Anne Frank The article, “One Girl’s Diary Opened the World’s Eyes,” which was written by Pam Becker, is divided into three significant topics. These topics not only discuss how Anne Frank’s diary changed the world, but also the history behind the diary and why the audience should take the time to read the diary. Becker first describes how the diary has made an impact to its audience as it provided a perspective of a young girl whose family was in hiding from the

  • Anne Frank

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    was Anne Frank and why was she so important to the world? Anne Frank was a very lonely girl who told her story through a diary, she inspired people and still inspires people today. She was a very intelligent girl for her age, she was too young to have to learn all it took to survive the war. She was a brave girl at her age, but she should not have had to be. Anne Frank was born on June 12, 1929, along with her sister being born three and a half years earlier. Her parents, Otto and Edith Frank, married

  • Essay On Anne Frank

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    tortured, but some lived to 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

  • Anne Frank

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    Anne Frank „h Anne was born on June 12,1929 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany „h Second daughter of Otto and Edith Frank „h Has a sister named Margot, who is three years older than her „h Comes from Jewish/German descent „h Otto Frank (Anne¡¦s father) served as an officer in the German army during WWI. „h In 1933, due to Hitler¡¦s anti-Jewish decrees, Otto Frank opened a branch of his company, Opteka, in Amsterdam and brought his family there. „h Anne and Margot spent the summer of 1933 in

  • Review of The Diary of Anne Frank

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    1.. Introduction The Diary of Anne Frank might be the most famous personal account of the Holocaust. This was written in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, between 1942 and 1944. Anne was born in 1929. Anne’s father, Otto, had come from a wealthy background, but his family’s fortune was lost after World War I. The Franks, a Jewish family, moved to the Netherlands in 1933 in order to escape Nazi persecution. Anne received a diary on her thirteenth birthday and expressed hope that it would become her one

  • The Victims of The Holocaust

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    innocent people experiencing a different type of nature. They were subjected to being publicly humiliated, shaved and branded, and placed in tormenting concentration camps. Persecution and Emigration, Origins of the Holocaust, Fighting Back and Anne Frank are all big roles during this time period. No one will ever know the exact feeling of the trauma people were facing and how many people were actually killed. During the time of the Holocaust, Jews were not the only victims of murder. Homosexuals