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    Anne Frank is a Jewish girl who had gone into hiding during world war 2. Before they went into hiding for 2 years, Anne frank received a diary 2 days before her family went into hiding. This is her diary and what the Jewish like Anne frank had to live through. Anne and her family lived with another Jewish family in hiding in Prinsengracht Amsterdam. Anne frank was born on 12 June 1929 in the german city of frankfurt. She lived with the van Daan's and her mother, father, and sister. They way they were able to stay in hiding for 2 years because they had no Jewish friends Mr.kraler and Miep Gies. Anne frank was living throughout those two years was a struggle and everyone had standard rules and could not really have any freedom until night. The food supplies were limited and rooms…

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    Anne Frank

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    In the diary of Anne Frank there is a quote that verbalizes, "In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart." This can be interpreted in many ways. To start off, this quote can denote that the Nazis are still human in spite of all the unacceptable evil they have done. To start off, Anne is very heroic and vigorous to verbalize this. Also, she contemplates all the good, and resplendency that is left. Even in a crisis, Anne looks for the comeliness in the world. To…

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    am researching Anne Frank. “Anne Marie Frank was a thirteen-year-old jewish girl that fled her home in Amsterdam with her family and went into hiding.” “Anne was hiding for the next two years with her family and another family lived cloistered in the “Secret Annex” of an old office building where her father had worked in.” Anne Frank was born on June 12, 1929 in Frankfurt, Germany. Anne had lived in Amsterdam with her family in World War II. Anne Frank went into hiding for two years in the…

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    Anne Frank Struggles

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    Anne Frank is a 13-year-old Jewish girl who immigrated from Germany to Holland. Frank, being a very outgoing, optimistic, and sometimes even caring teenager she still has a different look on life. (Frank 7.21.44) “I’m finally getting optimistic”(Frank 284). Although she didn’t survive nor did her family, Anne believed she was going to survive the war. Anne is an open minded person and may speak out whenever something comes to mind. She never let anyone change her mind or take her expressions…

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    Anne Frank Orally

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    Did Anne Frank forgive the Germans for what they made her go through during the whole World War? If, she did why would she feel that way? The Germans made her, and her families suffer for 2 years an abundance of accentuating when or if she will be found. Anne Frank orally expresses, "In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart." Anne Frank orally expressed that and more than likely authentically did betoken it. She has made a couple verbalizations throughout the…

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    Anne Frank Courage

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    small space with eight people and eat rotting food for two years ? Anne Frank did she lived in Amsterdam, The Netherlands during one of the darkest times in human history. In other words, the holocaust this is when the leader of Germany (Adolf Hitler) made the decision to discriminate against all Jews this led to the second world war. Anne hid throughout most of the war with her family. She spent most of her time writing in her personal journal where she would record her thoughts and feeling…

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    Anne Frank Essay

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    In our day and age, many people live negative lives, but Anne Frank was not one of those people. Anne Frank was a Jewish teenager at the times of the Holocaust, and although she was sent to a concentration camp at the age of 15, she was very positive and always tried to see the best in everyone. Her character could be seen through her speech, actions, and interaction with others. One of Anne’s most famous quotes, “In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart,”…

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    Diary Of Anne Frank

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    Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl narrates the emotional journey of adolescent Anne Frank during World War II. The diary allows insight into the changes Anne went through during the war after going into hiding to avoid persecution. Over the course of her time in hiding she develops in maturity, and uses her diary to voice her innermost thoughts and desires and the readers learn what it was like living in those conditions from a perspective during the time. Anne’s diary begins on her…

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    Anne Frank is a young girl who is secluded from the outside world within a hiding place her family and her take refuge in to escape the Nazis. Etty Hillesum is a young woman who lives alone and is also in danger of meeting an unfortunate fate at the hands of the Nazis, yet she does not live in isolation. Despite the fact that the two are both forced to endure the hardships of World War 2, their circumstances cause distinct differences between them, including their personalities and tones but…

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    Anne Frank Research Paper

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    life, well that's what Annelies Marie Frank, commonly known as Anne Frank, had to do. Anne was born on, June 12, 1929, in Frankfurt, Germany. Anne was known to be most famous for her diary which was later published and named, The Diary of a Young Girl. The book states Anne’s experience during her time in the war to when Anne, her family, and the others she hid with were all arrested and deported to concentration camps. Anne’s story was just one of the many of men, women, and children who had…

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