There is nobody better at hide and seek than Anne Frank. The Franks lived in a confined space for almost two years with four other people, never once getting to go outside. I hope they weren't claustrophobic. Throughout this lengthy period Anne expressed her feelings through writing. Her journal was named Kitty, to keep her company. “Who would ever think that so much went on in the soul of a young girl?” Anne Marie Frank used hope to stay positive during the reign of Hitler. Throughout the whole book I read several examples of how Anne Frank was hopeful the war would end and that Jewish people would again be able to live freely. She frequently talked about how life was going to get better because the English were going to
During World War II, the German Reich marched across the entire continent of Europe. During the Holocaust, many people became discouraged and lost hope in the future of society. However, the excerpts from “Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl,” written by herself, and “Hitler Youth: Growing up in Hitler’s Shadow” by Susan Campbell Bartoletti, prove that being positive and persevering is the best thing that someone can do. Whether hiding from the Nazis or already taken by them, the best response to have during conflict and chaos is maintaining a positive outlook on life and to persist through difficult times.
The leader I chose is Anne Frank. She was a teenage writer who was journaling all of her experiences during the Holocaust while hiding. She was born in Frankfurt, Germany on June 12, 1929. Anne went to school at Montessori Amsterdam. She lived in an Annex for safety from the Nazis during the Holocaust.
True, genuine courage is rare, especially in children. Many feign to have this aspect, but in reality only a select few exceed courage. From 1933 to 1945, Jews lived in fear, not one was safe. In the horrible time of the Holocaust, Jewish people of all ages and conditions were harassed and even executed.The courageous Frank family, consisting of a father, mother, and two young daughters, were tortured during this time period. One particular family member, the youngest daughter, has a legacy that still lives on today. Anne Frank was both a hero and a victim of the Holocaust because she was forced into hiding, her loved ones were killed, and her diaries positively impacted many.
The Nazis used a specific process to convince the German people that they were right and to follow them would be the right thing to do. According to Source F "In the definition stage, the Nazis defined a Jew based on irrational pseudo-scientific beliefs." This indicates that the Nazis first found a group of people to blame for all of the problems that Germans were having. That group was the Jewish people and they became the scapegoat and they were blamed for everything that was going wrong even though it was not their fault at all. The next step according to Source F was "Expropriation: Because Jews had already been identified in the first stage it was easy to enforce the new laws against them." This suggests that since the Jews were already being singled out and separated from the society making laws specifically about them would be easy since Jews are already considered as different. These laws included "Jews may not take part in public sports, Jews are forbidden to visit theaters, cinemas and other places of entertainment etc." according to the Diary of Anne Frank. Additionally, in Source C it states another step was "Dehumanization." The Nazis no longer regarded the Jews as humans but as vermin and sub-human. There is a picture in Source C that the Nazis used as propaganda and it was a drawing of Jews. The drawing portrays the Jewish people as disgusting and disabled and like they weren't part of the human race. This propaganda helped turn people against the Jews and made it feel like it was right what the Nazis were doing to them. Next were the concentration camps. Furthermore, in Source D during The Night of Broken Glass it says more than "30,000 Jewish men were sent to concentration camps." The Night of Broken Glass was all about sending a message to the Jews by saying don't mess with the Nazis otherwise there would be terrible consequences. This is where the main part
Let's talk about Anne Frank. We all remember the holocaust and how bad it was right? Well Anne Frank, her family, and a lot of other people went into hiding. There were some that were hiding with Anne and her family. The only one thing that was hiding them was a book case. Imagine hiding for your life and the only thing keeping you safe is a book case. Well little did those people know that there was a door behind that book case. But one day that all changed. As you already may know her famous quote, that's what we will be arguing. The quote is "In spite of everything, I still believe everyone is good at heart." Judging by that quote, I believe that she was a very kind girl. Now Anne was positive, she was optimistic, and she was very sweet. But those are just a few things describing her. Now I will be explaining why she was all of those things and more.
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.
World War II was a horrible time in the world. Many Jewish people were murdered and killed for nothing more than being born Jewish. Lots of these people were children and one of these Jewish children was Anne Frank. Like many other Jewish people, she was forced into hiding by the Nazi Party and Hitler's regime. During Hitler's regime, Germany sent Jewish families and even children to places called concentration camps where they would be worked until their death. While Anne did not escape, she left behind a legacy stronger than most. The main reason behind this legacy is that she left behind a diary that gave a young child's perspective of the holocaust. Anne Frank's Legacy is her life, the courage and strength she showed during it and most
The 1940s were a crucial time all over the world with hardships and wars going on for years. Within these wars, two little girls that have been apart of it their whole lives, have shared their experiences through a diary and a book of stories. The Diary of Anne Frank is about a young jewish girl named Anne Frank, who has to go into hiding with her family in order to not get caught and taken away by the Nazis in Amsterdam, and while in hiding, records her experiences and thoughts into her diary. Farewell to Manzanar is a book based on a girl named Jeanne Wakatsuki who is seven years old at the time, and gets taken away with her family to Manzanar encampments, as the U.S. government doesn’t want to risk any Japanese Americans possibly giving up information to the Japanese as they are at war with them. Anne Frank and Jeanne Wakatsuki have many similarities and differences throughout their lifetimes on the run from the war.
“The Diary of Anne Frank” is a diary written by a young Jewish girl named Anne Frank. She wrote this diary while in hiding with her family during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. This diary, which was originally written in Dutch was translated into 60 languages. This 330-page book describes the life of Anne Frank during her hiding. The setting of the book was during world war one. Themes of identity and isolation are present in the book.
She realized that writing down her thoughts and feelings could help her cope with the anxiety of the war and Nazi persecution. In an entry dated 12 June, 1942, Anne wrote that her journal would serve as a "great support and comfort." She help that in Germany they don’t want this any more for the present days. We need to learn from our errors and that is what we need to focus
The novel is written from a third person objective. This novel is written as a play, so I know that this is third person. Plays are narrated in third person because you do not see the play through one character 's viewpoint. Also the word I does not often appear in the play.
In this book report I will talk about the story “The diary of Anne Frank” the story is about a Jew girl called Anne who lived with her family in Germany in the second world war when a new German president called Adolf Hitler came with the idea that all Jew people were dangerous ; so her dad Otto Frank who worked in a bank came with the idea of moving to Amsterdam, Holland to be safer from the German army called the Nazis.
Imagine how it feels to be stuck in a tiny, miniscule room for almost two years, not able to make a sound or movement and if heard by someone,death or concentration camp is the destination? The Diary of Anne Frank by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett is about a small family which consists of Anne, Margot, Mr. Frank, and Mrs. Frank who were in a shock of fear, and went into hiding during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. Over the course of the story other characters join the family into hiding such as Mr. and Mrs. Van Daan, and their son Peter. During the time of hiding, Anne kept a diary to write down all her thoughts, fears, and feelings and was later known to be the most important piece of literature from the times of the Holocaust. The story takes you through their everyday lives of hiding in the annex which also includes arguing and times of happiness. The most important thing that the Franks and Van Daans went through was a time of fear. No matter how much happiness came through in their lives they always had fear jumbled up inside their heads.
760 days of darkness. 25 months of silence. 2 years of paranoia. All for one goal, to live. Anne Frank, a German Jew, went into hiding with her family, and four others. When the Nazis invaded Amsterdam, Anne’s father took help from some local friends to hide in a complex of his office. The office is known commonly as the “Secret Annex.” Days were spent here in worry, but everyone kept each other alive with love and support. Anne wrote in her diary, which kept her motivated to live. For two years, her and 7 others hid in solitary. However, one day, they were caught and sent to concentration camps. Anne’s father, Otto Frank, was the only one from the Annex to survive. Otto Frank later published the motivation and stories of his daughter. The story of Anne Frank became a beloved and inspiring work of literature all around the world.