They hide and was fine but later they were found by Nazis and they were translated to a consentration camp, by the time all they die except for one, Otto Frank, Anne’s father. Otto Frank submitted Anne’s diary the first edition was called “The Back House.” This situation of the holocaust affect too much anne’s family and all the world because they were hided, they can’t get up because of the fear they had. If they found them they were be killed by the Nazis so they do their best and anne try to be optimism with the situation. For this reason they need to have a lot of patience in the story says that anne pasted some pictures in the wall to feel
She and her family were Jewish people, so they needed to go into hiding because of the fact the jews were taken to concentration camps. Her family and others hid on her father´s office secret annex, so that they wouldn´t be found. Anne was a girl with a difficult life during this years, but she always kept a positive attitude, although she couldn´t even take her head out of the window or walk without been punished. After the war ended and they all died in the different concentration camps they were send, her dad, Otto
Throughout the book, Annemarie tells fairytale stories to her younger sister, Kirsti. In my opinion, she does this so they both can escape from the harsh reality of the war. Storytelling has become somewhat of a coping mechanism to deal with what is currently going on in Denmark. She wants her sister to have a “normal” childhood but her sister is used to seeing Nazi control in their country. In the beginning of the story, Annemarie along with her sister Kirsti, and their friend Ellen were stopped by Nazi soldiers.
Letters From Rifka by Karen Hesse is about a Jewish girl named Rifka, who knows nothing about America when she flees from Russia in 1919. In her own imagination, she will be at last safe from the Russian soldiers and their harsh treatment of the Jews in the new country. However, Rifka caught ring worm when their family were transferring from Poland to America. Therefore, she was told to stay in Europe until she was totally cured. After dealing the disease, Rifka was finally allowed to continue her journey.
She realizes he wants her to risk her life trying to tunnel to freedom. The book “A Night Divided”begins with a normal family living in East Berlin. One night the father decides they should move to the West because of a bad feeling he’s having about East Germany’s government. The mother doesn’t want to go, as she thinks it’s unnecessary to leave their lives in East Berlin because of
Hilary throughout the beginning she struggles to see how Jewish people are no different in the end, but by Hilary’s first person view through Chana’s eyes Hilary she slowly realizes how the Jewish people are being tortured One connection I have to If I Should Die Before I Wake I can connect to Hilary in the beginning because Hilary starts crying for Chana’s dad when he is shot by the nazis. Hilary did not know why she was upset because there was no reason for her to be upset for some jewish girls father to die “‘My father died. They hung
We burnt a woman."(page. 50) and continue to talk to Mildred “There must be something in books, things we can't imagine, to make a woman stay in a burning house; there must be something there.” (page. 51) without consciously noticing his different perspective towards fire from the first encounter with Faber before the novel. These quotes represent that he rejected the idea of being a fireman by questioning himself and the cause of the incidents occurred on that day. Clearly, the quote “he pressed at
However, Avi began to sense danger as the Nazi forces grew. Jacob began to hear arguments between his father and his uncle, Avi begging for his family to move with him to a safe country. But Jacob’s father was ignorant of the world around him and took no heed to the warnings. Finally, when Avi was taking Jacob hunting, the Jews in a neighboring town were being attacked by Germans. Jacob pleaded to Avi to take him home, but Avi insisted they had to help those being attacked.
She is also a careless person. As she 's always reading books even though she has the entrance exam for the high school, she can 't bear to go without reading books. She is full of emotion, and we can see many scenes of her crying in this movie. I 'm going to write this analysis by comparing the scenes where she is crying. The first scene of her tears is when she is reading a book while eating a snack and without doing the house works she 's been asked to do by her mother.
Unfortunately, their little family life was cut short when the World War II breaks out and the Jews were forced to train and be taken to a concentration camp, where people are imprisoned without due process of law. Men and women are separated so Dora never gets to see her husband and son. In order to survive, Guido tells his son that they're in a complicated game and that he must follow everything he tells him. Tasks like hiding and being quiet will earn him points and that if he cries, whines, and complains, he will lose points. Since they're in the middle of a war, Guido told his son to hide inside a box and to not come out until everybody's gone, Guido then sneaks out to find Dora but was unfortunately caught by German guards and got killed.