Diary of Anne Frank

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Diary of Anne Frank

*Between 1939 and 1945 the Allies dropped 3.4 million tons of bombs, An average of about 27,700 tons of bombs each month.*From 6 June 1944 to 8 May 1945 in Europe the Allies had 200,000 dead and 550,000 wounded*Air attacks caused 1/3 of German Generals' deaths*40,000 men served on U-Boats during World War 2; 30,000 never returned*The youngest US serviceman was 12 year old Calvin Graham, USN. He was wounded in combat and given a Dishonorable Discharge for lying about his age.

4-Describe the reversal-the sudden change in the characters fortunes-that occurs in scene five. How did it make you feel? During this scene, the characters were celebrating and having a joyous time when suddenly, a theif broke in the building below. They had been happy and full of jubilation, but in just a second, everyone was horrified, standing and not knowing what to do. They had to turn out the light, and Mr. Frank left. No one was certain if he would come back or not. Mr. Van Daan kept telling his wife to be quiet, and Anne was worried about her father. It instantly flipped the mood around in a moment of suspence until finally, Mr. Frank returned. During this scene, I instantly started to feel nervous for what was going to happen.Where in the scene does the flashback begin? What do we learn about the characters and their basic situation before the flashback begins?The flashback begins when Mr. Frank begins to read Anne's diary. Mr. Frank has come back to the secret annex but his family is gone. We also see Miep, who is kind to him, and is also seen pregnant. In this scene the reader is curious about what has happened, and we are drawn iinto the story as soon as Mr. Fank starts to read from Anne's diary.

Even though it was very dangerous in the secret annex, Anne still had faith and believed that everything would turn out alright. That is why this picture reminded me of the drama.

*First lived in Judengasse (Jews' lane) in Frankfurt am Main where Jews were forced to live.*The Frank family went into hiding on July 6, 1942 after Anne Frank's sister Margot received a written summons to prepare for transport to a German labour camp They lived in what came to be known as the secret annex for two years, together with the van Pels family.

Diary of Anne Frank

A picture of Anne Frank


Amsterdam during WW||

By Abigail Ludwick


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The Franks

A Representative Image of the Drama

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