The Holocaust: Kindest Actions In The Holocaust

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The Holocaust took place from January 30, 1933 – May 8, 1945. This event changed American history forever. Thousands of people died, including the Frank family. Anne Frank once said, “In spite of everything, I still believe people are really good at heart.” Anne and her family had to go through a lot of tough times during the holocaust, but I agree with Anne, people are still good at heart. Reading this book, I noticed that there are a lot of kind hearted actions in this book. I am agreeing with Anne and her actions are what proves this quote right. However, I could see where some may disagree. People like Mr. Van Daan and Mr. Dussel, have actions or ways they speak, that are very rude.
There are many actions that I could use as proof of Anne being right, but the person I chose who has the kindest actions, is Anne herself. During Hanukkah, Anne made everyone presents. On page 70 the following dialogue takes place:

Anne: It isn’t new. It’s one that you’ve done. But I rubbed it all out, and if you wait a little and forget you can do it all over again.
Margot: It’s wonderful, Anne. Thank you. You’d never know it wasn’t new.
Anne: Mrs. Van Daan
Mrs. V. Daan: This is awful - I haven’t anything for anyone - I never thought…
Mr. Frank: This
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It is during Hanukkah, and Anne decided she wanted to give everyone presents. Nobody was able to go buy gifts, or go out at all, so Anne decided to make everyone a present. Even though Anne knew she wasn’t going to get a present, she wanted to give everyone else one. Even though her gifts were cheap, or not of good quality, they were greatly appreciated. They lifted everyone 's spirits, and made the night better. Anne even gave a gift to Mr. Dussel, someone who she quarrels with quite often. This action goes to show that even though we fuss or fight, we all want the best for each other. This action is the prime example of why I agree with

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