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    “Margot is three years older than Anne. She’s tidy quiet and gets good grades at school” ~ unknown During the Holocaust Margot Frank was very responsible young Adult . She kept to herself and knew exactly what to say and when to say it. And she understands a lot about how to take care of herself. Anne confirms about Margot at the table, she writes; “ Eats like a little mouse, and she doesn't say a word “. Anne and Margot have a few fights during their time in the secret annex. But sometimes they get on well and talk about lots of things that happen while they were in hiding. After the war, Margot wants to emigrate to what was then the Palestine mandate, to become a maternity nurse, write Anne. Otto states later that she wanted to study medicine.…

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    Elizabeth Freiburger Period 8 12-15-14 Margot Betti Frank The eight people hiding in the Secret Annex can never go outside, must remain silent throughout all hours. The Franks, the Van Pels and later Mr. Pfeffer have very little space and food which brings on hunger and a small amount of living space to be shared between the eight people. They live in constant fear of discovery while the Nazis march on the streets outside below their windows. It is tough for everyone and tension…

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    How To Treat Anne Frank

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    Many people are affected by their surroundings. This includes the environment they are in and the people around them. While in hiding, this also applied to Anne Frank. The way she was treated by those in the annex with her changed her. The way her family, the van Daans’, and Mr. Dussel treated her had a big effect. The way she argued with the adults, trusted no one, and only loved a few people show her change in becoming more independant, closed off, and mature, mostly because of those around…

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    If you were like Anne Frank wouldn't it be terrible to be in the Holocaust!? Has anything this bad happen to you? If you were Anne frank how would you feel, what would you do? Would you hide away from the German soldiers or just give up your life? If you hid, how would you survive when you have to hide away and not be able to be seen? If you got caught by the german soldiers would your family get split up? Would you ever see your family again? Would you be killed right away for hiding? Where…

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    Relocation Camp Attitude

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    Anne was taken to the concentration camp Auschwitz with her older sister Margot Frank. The two sisters escaped the immediate death sentence in Auschwitz to Bergen-Belsen in Northern Germany. However their mother, Edith Frank, had remained at the death camp. Anne kept a diary of her life experiences and her emotions towards these experiences. Anne started her diary in the year 1942 when she was thirteen years old. The Frank family had to go into hiding in an attic and she tried her best to be…

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    Anne Frank was a Jewish girl that died in the Holocaust during World War II. She was born on June 12, 1929, when the Holocaust started she fled to Amsterdam with her family to hide from the Nazis, she was with seven other people, living in the apartment above her dad’s job, called “The Secret Annex.” Her father, Otto Frank was one out of the eight to survive, while the others were killed or were sent to the concentration camps. It was about 2 years after the starting of the Holocaust when they…

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    A play by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, The Diary of Anne Frank, is the main text that will be focused on in this learning segment. The play has two acts. The main characters in The Diary of Anne Frank include Anne Frank, a young Jewish girl who is hiding with her family from the Nazis from persecution. Mr. Frank, also known as Otto Frank, is the father of Anne and Margot Frank. Mrs. Frank is the wife to Otto Frank and the mother of Anne and Margot. The Van Daan family are also play…

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    Anne Frank Research Paper

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    Anne Frank by Dylan Johnson “I wish to go on living even after my death” are the words of a famous German-Jewish writer and Holocaust victim known as Annelies Marie Frank. Better known to the world today as Anne Frank was born on June 12, 1929 in Frankfurt, Germany. She and her older sister Margot, by three years were daughters to Edith Frank, a loving mother and housewife, and Otto Frank, who was loyal to his family and country by serving as a lieutenant during World War I in the German Army,…

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    Annelies Marie Frank (also known as Anne Frank) is a Holocaust victim and famous diarist. “I keep my ideas, because in spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart” - Anne Frank. Even though people may have a bad persona they could be really good at heart/ a soft spot. Anne may have been trouble in the past but she seemed that she had a good place in her heart for certain people. Anne Frank was an important figure in history because of the diary that she kept during…

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    his little girl’s wish. That dad was Otto Frank. The Frank family was a Jewish family and was forced to live in hiding till the war was over. Otto’s youngest daughter, Anne, wrote a diary, and Otto published it making her wish come true, which was her being an author. However, not everyone in the Frank family was able to see the war end and was able to see Anne’s diary published. Only Otto survived the war. “Well, we knew that we were going to go to hiding sooner or later, so me and my wife…

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