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    successfully a historical event is writing. Diary of a Young Girl is a diary which 13 year old Anne Frank kept for two years during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands in WWII. Today, her diary still remains extremely relevant to the historical background of Jewish people during the Holocaust; not only because of Anne 's experiences in hiding, but because of the honest and unvarnished way that she describes the universal struggle of simply being a young person. Any modern teenager, even 80 years

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    The Diary of a Young Girl” is a diary written by Anne Frank during the Second World War. She wrote this diary from 14 June, 1942 to 1 August, 1944. When she died in a concentration camp in Germany, Anne Frank was only fifteen. Through her diary, she tells us the atrocities of war times; how people suffer, how lives would be tormented and how families would be shattered. The descriptions and emotions are so vivid and enchanting you can envisage her life with your own eyes. Anne Frank belongs to a

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    much that they barely survived this traumatizing experience. But there were people that managed to stay positive through this rough journey and inspired a ton of people. One of the inspirations was Anne Frank from Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl. In these diary entries, Anne describe the struggles that her family

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    The Diary of a Young Girl is a series of journal entries written by a Jewish girl named Anne Frank. She’s Jewish and she’s a young girl living in Holland during the Second World War. The Diary is a compilation of entries that speak about her life during that time. It speaks about the tough times she had to face just because she was Jewish. The diary speaks about her as a human being, as a teenager and also as a Jew. She speaks about so many problems she’s facing as an individual and as a whole with

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    I read the book, Anne Frank, The Diary of a Young Girl written by Anne Frank, who was a young teenage girl who journals her days in hiding during the holocaust. “The first thing I put in was this dairy, then hair curlers, handkerchiefs, schoolbooks, a comb, old letters; I put in the craziest things with the idea that we were going into hiding. But i’m not sorry, memories mean more to me than dresses.”(Anne Frank, 12) Anne was a very outgoing person who put down all of her thoughts on paper; well

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    Anne Frank was a young innocent, teenage girl who enjoyed life and everything about it, that's until the Holocaust. During , The time of the Holocaust, Anne Frank had to hide upstairs in the dark attic for almost two years. The spot the been hiding in was called the secret “Annex”.The Holocaust was one of the most moving and heartbreaking time for Jewish people.Anne Frank received her special eloquent diary at her 12th birthday. She was one of the most passionate when it came to what she believed

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    (Connections to Enrichment Reader): In the book, Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl, a young girl named Anne, who is a few years older than Ha, is also a refugee from World War II. Despite of different background, Ha and Anne, like all refugees, experience having their lives turned “inside out” and the “back again.” Almost all refugees experience the universal refugee experience. In Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl, Anne wrote in her diary, "So we could not do this and were forbidden to do that…Our

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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

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    ‘Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl’ has aroused much controversy in the society. To a large extent that many people are having doubt about its authenticity and I would like to take a deep look on it by analyzing different parts of the text and comparing with relevant historical events and secondary resources, and evaluate whether the diary is authentic or not. The book published in 1947 in Dutch. It was translated to English and published in 1952. Anne started writing diary from 12 June 1942

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    Anne Frank The Girl in Hiding Anne Frank wrote, “If the truth is told, things are just as bad as you yourself care to make them.”(Frank, April 14) Many people know that Anne was a girl who lived during the Holocaust, but she was so much more. Anne Frank changed the world by writing about her feelings through her diary in hiding during World War II. She showed optimism and appreciation through the horrible events of the Holocaust and the fear of being killed or sent to concentration camps. Anne

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    individuals have hope and inspire us in our everyday lives. Anne Frank was a hopeful, optimistic teenager who sadly didn’t survive the Holocaust. Her diary, Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl, has inspired countless of people to see hope in a difficult time. Another example of a text that shows hope is powerful than fear, is Dear Miss Breed. Hope is shown from a girl name Louise and she is positive about her stay in the Japanese ancestry. Hope is powerful than fear and if fear was powerful than hope, we

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    Anne Frank was an adolescent girl that document her experience during the Holocaust. Anne was a Jew and during this duration Jews were treated crudely. She went into hidding to stay unassailable. During this time her only friend was her diary "Kitty". "Kitty" was her only friend that made her feel appropriate to express her feeling and emotion about everything. The authors of the "The diary of young girl" and the play of "The diary of Anne Frank" both divulge the impact of war on Anne Frank's life

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    The person I have chosen to write about is Anne Frank, a young German girl who died as a result of the Holocaust. In my essay i will be discussing her early life, the society she grew up in, her death and her legacy. Early life Annelies Marie Frank was born on the 12th June 1929 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, to parents Otto and Edith. She had one older sister, Margot. The Frank family were Jewish. Anne was given a necklace as a gift for her birth, which had hebrew inscription on one side of it

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    checkered diary for her 13th birthday. She wrote her first entry, addressed to an imaginary friend named Kitty.

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    Annelies Marie “Anne” Frank (June 12, 1929 to March 1945) was a world-famous German-born diarist and World War II Holocaust victim. Her work, The Diary of Anne Frank, has gone on to be read by millions. Fleeing Nazi persecution of Jews, the family moved to Amsterdam and later went into hiding for two years. During this time, Frank wrote about her experiences and wishes. She was 15 when the family was found and sent to concentration camps, where she died. Anne Frank in 1940 Photo Anne Frank at school

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    Anne Frank was a young girl around the age of 13 when they first went into hiding. They were in hiding for two years, from the year 1942 until 1944. Then once they took her out of hiding, she went to the nazi’s concentration camps. She died at the age of 16 in Bergen-Belsen in Germany.In the play Anne Frank said,“In Spite of everything, I still believe people are good at heart”. Anne says this because she believes that everyone is good at heart, but some people just decide to show a bad side. This

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    Anne Frank was a young girl who had to live in a secret annex with her family starting July 6Th. The Van Pels family joins them a week later. The two families already know each other: Otto Frank and Hermann Van Pels are business partners. Four months later, Fritz Pfeffer is the eighth person to move into the Annex. He 's Miep Gies ' dentist. Anne and the rest of the people hiding in the secret annex had to live the end of their lives in the holocaust. Anne Frank received her diary for her thirteenth

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    who aided the Frank family during the Holocaust. After the Holocaust, she found the diary of Anne Frank and got it published. She also has her own memoir. Anne Frank was a young Dutch Jewish teenager that died during the Holocaust. She is very famous for her diary. Miep and Anne were very stubborn in their teenage years. Also, they loved to read philosophy. They were both known as independent, strong young women. In Anne Frank Remembered, Miep states, “I became staunchly independent and began

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    event, known as the Holocaust. The book, The Diary Of A Young Girl, by Anne Frank, offers a firsthand account of what happened to Anne and her family as they went into hiding for two years during the war. It is a record of Anne’s life in the annexe as well as her innermost thoughts during her time spend hiding. Additionally the move Life Is Beautiful, directed by Roberto Benigni, shows a fictional story of Guido, an Italian Jew, as he tries to shelter his young son from the horrors of their life in a

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    World War II, Churchill demonstrated the power of employing a positive attitude in times of conflict or despair throughout the war, but also specifically in his speech “Blood, Toil, Sweat, and Tears.” On a smaller scale, Anne Frank’s “The Diary of a Young Girl,” the record of her brutal experience hiding during the war, reiterates the impact a positive outlook can have on difficult situations. Overall, it is clear that maintaining a positive outlook and attitude amidst the hardest times can bring

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