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    Anne Frank Research Paper

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    well as the cover design of “Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl”, I predict that Anne Frank at some point would perish because of the dated picture of herself on the front of the book. The title is of a young girl which, I believe, would be named differently if Anne had lived through the specific period or the way the cover appeared with an aged aesthetic comprised with it. Biography Annelies Marie Frank, best known as “Anne Frank” was born on June 12, 1929 in Frankfurt, Germany. Anne was four years old when Adolf Hitler rose to power over Germany. This consequently leads her to attend the Jewish Lyceum in Netherlands, Amsterdam from her initial school of Montessori, and where…

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    had died because he thought that anyone who did not follow him should be punished many were put in concentration camps . Literature can help us remember and honor the victims of the holocaust by telling us all the terror and horrifying experiences they had to go through and all the friends, family and homes they had to give up. Some of the literature documentations that i will be talking about in this essay are; “The diary of Anne Frank”, it is a story about a family that had to leave their…

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    chose to best describe The Diary of Anne Frank is “optimism”. I chose this word first because it seems to be the recurring message of every chapter Anne writes. Especially towards the end of the story. For example, Anne writes about how the war will end soon for them, and that they will be home soon. It shows optimism because Anne is seeing the best of situations even in the worst of times, and not for time periods alone. Anne has the same optimism for people. For example, Anne mentions often…

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    According to Anne Frank herself, ¨I hope Kitty [Anne’s imaginary friend] that I will be able to confide everything to you, as I have never been able to confide in anyone, and I hope you will be a great source of comfort and support.” Anne Frank wrote this passage in her diary before World War II. She wrote this before Hitler invaded the Netherlands. Previous to the war, Anne’s only problems were school, stress, and girl drama. Little did she know that much more troubling times were ahead of her.…

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    with not being able to see the outside world. One family had to live with another in a smaller space than one house. For example, a young girl named Anne Frank had to go into hiding suddenly one day when one was thirteen years old. Anne went into hiding with many others and stayed in hiding for two years ( “Anne Frank Biography” ). Anne Frank was an important figure throughout the Holocaust because of the diary she kept throughout this event. Another important aspect one needs to talk about is…

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    Chune Sugihara Legacy

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    The Holocaust was an event where Jews were considered inhuman and not worthy of living. The stories during this time were told by lucky survivors as well as through the famous diary written by an optimistic Jewish girl named Anne Frank. The planned genocide was one of the reasons why people felt sympathy towards the Jews, and the need to help. Chiune Sugihara was one of these people. Sugihara was a Consul-General from Japan who traveled to Lithuania at the beginning of World War II and decided…

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    Anne Frank Essay “Over 1.1 million children died in the Holocaust” (Lehnardt). All of these poor children had a life, a family, a goal, and all the other things that life offered. But because of one man, Adolf Hitler, their hopes and dreams were crushed. Especially since children were particularly targeted because if they lived, they would be the next generation of Jews(Lehnhardt). Among these poor children, was Anne Frank. Even though the Holocaust was a terrible event, if it wouldn’t of…

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    Anne Frank Legacy

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    1944, just one hundred eleven days before she was taken captive by the Nazis, Anne Frank wrote, “I want to go on living even after my death! And that 's why I 'm so grateful to God for having given me this gift, which I can use to develop myself and to express all that 's inside me” (Frank 249, 251). Anne’s hope was that she could create her own legacy through her writing. Anne Frank enlightens the world through her wisdom, though she never knew her work was published. Anne Frank inspires many…

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    Freedom Writers Critique

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    She explained that, that is how racial hatred starts and told them a few historical stories, one being about the Holocaust. She was shocked to find out that the students had never heard about the Holocaust. After learning about the students’ knowledge about the Holocaust, she came up with the idea to introduce them to the book of Anne Frank. The school had the books, but unfortunately her students being from low poverty weren’t allowed to use the books, because the school administrators felt…

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    Anne Frank was a Jewish girl born June 12, 1929. She grew up during the Holocaust and had to go into hiding in 1943. As through her time in hiding, she kept a diary, noting down everything she did and day by day events. In 1944, Anne Frank and her family were found in hiding and sent to the concentration camps. Anne died in the concentration camps, but if she would have survived a few more days she could have survived the Holocaust. Once her father was set free from his camp, he went straight to…

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