Summary Of Anne Frank's Tales From The Secret Annex

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I read Anne Frank’s Tales From The Secret Annex, written by Michel Mok, wich was about a girl named Anne Frank and her sacrifices she did to save her life. She was a young mademoiselle that lived an everyday life until the Germans took over there country. She was forced to hide in a secret annex hoping no German soldier would catch her. Anne Frank once said, “The Annex is an ideal place to hide in. It may be damped and lopsided, but there's probably not more comfortable hiding place in all of Amsterdam. No, in all of Holland.” Being a young child and having to deal with that is such a tragedy. Anne Frank came from a country called Germany. She was born on June 12, 1929 and later died in a concentration camp on March 12, 1945. Anne Frank nd …show more content…
In contrast, the christian religion, according to dictionary.com, is believed to be the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. Christians believe that Jesus Christ is the Messiah, sent by God. They believe that Jesus, by dying and rising from the dead, made up for the sin of Adam and thus redeemed the world, allowing all who believe in him to enter heaven. Anne Frank and I have many contrasts in are culture but we can also have some comparisons. For example, the types of food we eat are very similar to the ones we eat here in america. Anne Frank stayed in a tiny house and got fed the right amount of food everyday. Her meals would always consist of potatoes, whether it was breakfast, lunch, or dinner. She would eat tons of soups and beans for supper, with a glass of milk on the side. Her food group in there culture and ours are much alike because us americans eat those same meals. Another comparison that i've realized the first minute of reading, Anne Frank’s Tales From The Secret Annex, is that her and I love to write. She was the girl who had brought her diary everywhere she

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