Research Paper On Anne Frank

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Anne Frank A Young Girl With an Impactful Diary John F. Kennedy once said, “Of the multitude who throughout history have spoken for human dignity in times of great suffering and loss, no voice is more compelling than that of Anne Frank.” Anne Frank is mostly known as a young girl who wrote a diary throughout her time being discriminated by the Germans during World War II. However, her story was like an intricate spider web full of emotions. Anne Frank gave the world an inside look of the Jewish discrimination and the Holocaust during World War II through the eyes of a Jewish teenager. She wrote a diary describing her experiences and showed the world, through her words, the truth behind Hitler’s actions. She left a legacy for her amazing way with words and through her honest encounter with hiding and the “death camps” spread throughout Germany. Thanks to the World War II and the Holocaust, millions of Jews suffered horrific fates. Hitler, the German leader who led the Nazi, was the source of all this Jewish racial mistreatment. He believed that Jews were the cause for all of Germany’s problems and promised a “golden future” if all the Jews were eradicated from the world. This “golden future” was the cause of a bigger Nazi because Germans did not want problems in their country. They followed Hitler in the march for Jewish injustice. The Germans went to every house and forced Jews out to be shipped, by train, to concentrations camps. Bounty hunters were hired to
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