Anne Frank: Most Mysterious Acts Of Inhumanity

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When I saw that Anne Frank was a choice to write an essay on, I was very excited because I have always been fascinated with her story. Anne Frank was extraordinary in her optimism and hunger for knowledge, but she also experienced one of the most vicious acts of inhumanity in our history.
Anne Frank was born Annelies Marie Frank on, June 12, 1929, in Frankfurt, Germany. Her parents names were Otto and Edith, and a sister who was 3 years older named Margot. The Frank family was of Jewish descent.
While the economic crisis was causing social unrest in Germany resulting in the rise of Adolph Hitler's Nazi party, in 1933 the Nazis came into power and discrimination against the Jews was on the rise. Adolf Hitler believed …show more content…

Typhus is a disease that is spread by lice, hunger, crowded and unclean quarters, exhaustion, and poor personal hygiene. Where they were held food was scarce, sanitation was awful, and disease ran rampant.
It was written that Anne died on March 12, 1945. She was only 15 years old. Her sister Margot had died a few days before. Anne was one of 1 million Jewish children who died in the Holocaust.
I always wondered why the word "Holocaust" was used in relation to Nazi concentration camps and found out that it is a Greek term used to describe the violent deaths of large groups of people or huge massacre.
Anne Frank showed bravery and always stayed hopeful for her future. Many forgot how old Anne was because she provided our society with so much knowledge of her time spent in hiding. Even while being shoveled from one concentration camp to the next Anne revealed her strong side instead of her youthful frightened side. Anne says, "The weak fall, but the strong will remain and never go under." Anne knew she had to be strong in this tough world which she made her life known to everyone through the dynamic hope and strength she exemplified in her

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