The Diary Of Anne Frank Analysis

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The Holocaust killed over six million jews which left many jewish people in fear that they could get taken to. In “The Diary of Anne Frank” by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett followed the life of a Jewish family in hiding by telling the story through a girls diary. All the historical events of World War II affected those who lived in the annex in “The Diary of Anne Frank.” As the Nuremberg Laws are passed it stripped all German jew of their rights such as being able to ride bikes, owning business, go to normal German schools or be able to be in a government, medical, oor teaching profession and taking their German citizenship from them. In “The Diary of Anne Frank” Anne was sad and upset because she wouldn't be able to ride her bike, go to normal schools with her friends or even see her friends. One other law from the Nuremberg Laws is that all Jews must wear a Yellow Star of David to identify that they are Jewish. In “The Diary of Anne Frank” Everyone in the annex had to wear a Yellow Star of David and once they got there Peter VanDaan took a knife and cut the star off but Anne Frank was hesitant and didn't cut it off because it was her religious sign it was what she worshiped. All Jews in Germany were isolated from

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