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  • Character Traits Of Anne Frank

    Anne Frank was a Jewish girl who lived during the mid 1900’s. Due to her religion, her family was a prime target of Hitler who was the current dictator of Germany. Once Hitler had invaded the Netherlands Anne had to go into hiding with her family because they feared for their safety. The new home that they were forced to adapt to was the secret annex and they had spent two years there. During this two year time period Anne lived in fear and was in danger every second of her life. She still somehow under all this stress managed to stay bright and positive. It requires a special kind of person to be under all of these boundaries, stress, and pressure without cracking and being able to stay themselves and to be able to better themselves.…

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  • World War One Chapter Summaries

    Chapter 0 Protagonist/s: Marie-Laure LeBlanc/ Werner Pfennig Antagonists: Germans Time: 7th August 1944 Setting: Saint-Malo, France Summary: Hours before the bombs are dropped in the city of Saint-Malo; leaflets are dropped to inform the inhabitants to evacuate. The story’s main characters/protagonists, 16-year-old Marie-Laure and 18-year-old Werner Pfennig both have not yet evacuated. Marie-Laure is a blind girl. She is alone in her great-uncle, Etienne’s house. Werner is a soldier in the…

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  • The Life Of Jews In The Diary Of Anne Frank

    waits in fear that everyone in the annex could found. That is what Anne Frank has had to go through. In The Diary of Anne Frank, Anne and the other seven hide in an annex above a warehouse. They hid for their lives, because they were Jewish. As Hitler came into power, he restricted Jews and invaded other countries. Due to this, World War ll had started. He ruined the lives of Jews and many other innocent people, caused more than eleven million people to be killed because he had a bias opinion…

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  • The Differences Of Anne Frank

    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 Diary Essay

    book was a diary that was about the life of a young girl named Anne Frank. On Anne Frank thirteenth birthday her parents gave her a diary where she would confide all her secret thoughts. Anne Frank was a Jewish girl who family was in danger, so they went into hiding during the World War II in a little section of Anne's father office building. For two years, eight people lived in the Secret Annex. The eight people were Anne, Edith, Otto, and Margot Frank, along with the Frank family was Hermann…

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  • Diversity In Sarah's Key By Tatiana De Rosnay

    The book I chose to read was Sarah’s Key by Tatiana De Rosnay. Rosnay’s book is a great example of diversity. Sarah’s Key explores a little girl like during the holocaust in France. Some examples of diversity in Sarah’s Key are ethnicity, gender inequalities and language barriers. Sarah’s Key is the story about two girls in two different time periods. The book starts in the view of Sarah Starzynski during the time of 1942. Sarah, her mother, and father were collected during the roundup of the…

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  • Bergen-Belsen By Anne Frank Analysis

    really good at heart" (Goodrich and Hackett 512). Anne Frank said this before being taken away to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. Throughout Anne’s diary, she constantly writes about the positive aspects of her situation and of the people around her. Despite having faced tons of prejudice and discrimination, Anne kept a positive attitude which helped her cope with her emotions. Optimism is the key to dealing with conflict. Many people claim that positivity makes people unable to solve…

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  • Freedom Writers Critique

    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: Why People Are Really Good At Heart

    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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  • Corrie Ten Boom Research Paper

    Cornelia “Corrie” ten Boom was born in Haarlem, Netherlands, on April 15, 1892. She was the youngest of 4 siblings (two sisters and a brother.) her father, Casper ten Boom, was a renowned jeweler and watchmaker. Corrie became Holland’s first female watchmaker. After Corrie’s mother passed away from heart failure, Corrie busied herself with helping her father in the shop and she started a girl’s youth club in which she taught Bible, crafts, sewing, and performing arts. In 1940, the ten Boom way…

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