As a Jewish teenager, Anne Frank wrote a diary about her family’s two years in hiding during World War II,the book became a classic of war literature after Anne’s death in a concentration camp in 1947
Anne Frank, completely annealed by Mary Frank, (born June 12, 1929, Frankfurt am Main, Germany –
died February / March 1945, concentration camp in Bergen-Belsen near Hanover
A young girl whose Jew had a two-year diary. family hidden in the camp
The German occupation of the Netherlands became a classic of war literature
In the early days of Adolf Hitler’s Nazi regime, NK Otto Frank’s father (1889-1980)
A German businessman, moved to Amsterdam. In 1941, after the German occupation of the Netherlands
Anne was forced to transfer from a public school to a Jewish one. On June 12, 1942, he received a red and white checkered diary on the occasion of his 13th birthday.
She began writing the book that day: “I hope I can tell you everything because I don’t trust anyone yet and I hope you are the best source of comfort and help.”
Apart from the brutal, deliberate killing of prisoners by Nazi forces, deadly diseases are spreading rapidly.
The inhumane conditions in which Ann and Margot were forced to live eventually destroyed them.
Her age was only fifteen when she became a member of the German resistance.
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