The Vampire Diaries

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  • Ruth's Flashbacks In After The War

    There are many reasons why “sometimes even living is an act of courage” is a major theme in the novel After the War. After the War is an interesting novel about a young girl named Ruth who joins an underground organization called the Brichah. The Brichah is a group of Jewish holocaust survivors who are trying to travel to Palestine, or Eretz Israel. The theme is evident in many sections of this novel, but clearly shown in Ruth’s flashbacks, Sarah’s Story and in Jonathan’s story. First of all,…

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  • Peopl Here: The Diary Of Anne Frank

    events in a diary transferred over from their old residence, labeled as ‘Kitty’. Anne, unfortunately, died from a concentration camp. However, this ‘Kitty’ had gotten published and presumably populated by her father, Otto Frank. He scanned the diary and constructed exactly how Anne felt about Peter. Furthermore, how she loves being around him. He also saw her perspective on the Van Daans, and how adults don’t quarrel with each other even though the Van Daans argued endlessly. The diary was just…

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  • The Diary Of Anne Frank Sacrifice

    The diary of Anne Frank is at the time of the 1940s and tells a story of a young bright girl and her family. Mr.Otto Frank returned home only to later realize his family was gone and he was the only survivor. Soon after he was given the diary he gave to Anne from Miep Gies a family friend who help the Franks and the van Daans in the annex. Once he got the diary he was encouraged to publish his child's words under the name of “The Diary of a Young Girl”. Behind a bookshelf was a door which led to…

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  • Comparison And Contrast Essay: The Diary Of Anne Frank

    The Diary of Anne Frank Compare/Contrast Essay The Diary of Anne Frank is a story about a 13 year old girl who lived during the holocaust. Her and her family were Jewish and were forced into hiding. They along with 4 other people hid in the attic above Mr. Frank’s office, called the “annex”. The Franks, the Van Daans, and Mr. Dussel lived there for two years without stepping outside and relying on Miep and Mr. Kraler to bring them basic supplies, food, and information about the world. This…

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  • Importance Of Lying To Respond To Conflict

    she would not be sent to a death camp. People should best respond to conflict by lying , hiding from conflict and writing about their conflicts. Lying is a way that can get you out of harmful or life threatening situations. In the book Anne Frank Diary of a Young Girl the Van Dan's lied about staying in the secret Annex. “Lying becomes a convenient way to avoid perceived conflict…

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  • Ruth Kluger: A Hero

    When you hear the name Ruth Kluger what comes to mind? Maybe you’ve heard of her, maybe you read her book , maybe you know her for her job as a professor or maybe you have no idea who she is. Well I know her for being a survivor of the holocaust and a hero, and here’s how. Ruth Kluger was born October 30th 1931 in Vienna Austria, as a child she was abused by her mother and often neglected she grew up watching the horrible events that changed her life. She grew up only knowing how to read and…

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  • Summary Of Hidden Like Anne Frank By Marcel Prins

    Hidden Like Anne Frank: 14 True Stories of Survival is a nonfiction novel, written by Marcel Prins, about fourteen different Jews who risked their lives tremendously and left behind everything they knew to disappear and go into hiding during World War ll to escape Nazi persecution. All of the stories are first-person accounts that tell what it was really like to go into hiding during the war. Every Jew in this book came from the Netherlands, and they all tell their story of having to leave their…

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  • Anne Wolff Thesis

    Renate Wolff. What does that name mean to you? Do you think that she was just a random girl in the past, or the present? Do you think that she was part of something important or did she stand in the shadows? Or, do you think that Renate Wolff was a shy, small girl? She, like many, was part of the Holocaust and one of the 1.5 million Jewish children who were killed or murdered during the 1930s and 1940s. Renate was a little girl in the past who stood in the shadows, and was part of a huge…

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  • Hélène Berr Essay

    Hélène Berr as our National History Day (NHD) topic because of how much she cared for others over herself. She inspired people everywhere as well as the both of us, to become better people. When researching Hélène’s life, we came across her actual diary she kept during the Holocaust. It had…

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  • Secret Anne Frank

    Anne Frank is remarkable 13 year old girl that grew up during the Holocaust. She lived in a place called the Secret Annex. You will learn about Anne description of the Secret Annex. How the people obtained food and supplies. And how their helpers kept them safe. Anne lived in the Secret Annex for two years and here her description of it. They placed a bookcase in front of the door that leads up to the Secret Annex. The rooms were bare but they were clean and orderly. The building they were…

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