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Anne Frank

Anne Frank

Dania C. Nelson Period:1

Anne Frank was a Jew, she was born on June 12, 1929 in Frankfurt Main, Germany. She was very energetic, liked to make up stories and play in her sandbox. When she was three years old Adolf Hitler became the ruler of Germany. Anne and her family decided to move to the Netherlands in 1933. In 1934 Anne started school, she was very social and liked to ask a lot of questions. Everything was going good until May 10, in 1940. The German army invaded the Netherlands. "Anne's freedom was taken from her."(p.28) Her and other Jews had to wear a yellow star on their clothing that said "Jood."

How was Anne's life as a kid?

How was Anne's life like inHiding?

How was Anne's life like in the concentration camps?

Anne and her family went into hiding on July 5,1942.They hid in attic with another family the Van Daan's.While in hiding they couldn't make a sound while workmen were downstairs in the building. Even when the workmen were gone they had to be careful with their noise level. Anne and her family made the best of the situation. Anne would write in her diary called kitty, she would write about her life. In her diary entry dated July 15, 1944 she wrote "I feel the suffering of millions and yet when I look up at the sky, I somehow feel that everything will change for the better"(Linda Schimttroth). But August 4, 1944 they were found and soon deported to concentration camps.

Anne and her family were sent to concentration camps in Poland. Margrot and Anne were sent to Bergen-Belson concentration camp. The Bergen-Belson camp was known as the camp with diseases, it's conditions were awful. Anne and Margrot didn't survive that camp for to long. They both developed a typhoid fever. Margrot died in early March and Anne died a few days later in March 1945. A quote Anne wrote in her diary was "... Inspite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart"(Anne frank).


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