An analysis of the diary of anne frank set during world war ii

Fogelman, Eva. In occupied countries, any resistance was crushed ruthlessly; hostages were executed in retaliation for the killing of a single Nazi soldier, listening to British broadcasts, or possessing anti-Nazi literature were all made punishable by death.

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On November 16,the seven residents of the Secret Annex were joined by its eighth and final resident, Fritz Pfeffer. In order to obtain answers to these questions, we have to go back to the nineteenth century. Forced-labor camps: Camps where prisoners were used as slave labor.

The diary of anne frank summary

Her perspective resonates with the feelings and attitudes of teenagers in the post-Holocaust generation. Rogasky, Barbara. The Diary is many things at one and the same time. Do any of the stereotypes that Anne wrote about still exist? Frank, Anne. The Nazis were as efficient in setting up the machinery of death as they were in manufacturing arms. The inhabitants of those countries, the Slays, were also "inferior," according to Hitler, fit only either to serve the Master Race as slaves — or to be killed. Lifton, Robert. Concentration camps: Prison camps that held Jews, Gypsies, political and religious opponents of the Nazis, resistance fighters, homosexual men and women, and others considered enemies of the state.

Beginning inghetto inhabitants were sent to concentration and death camps or massacred. Part of her entry for Friday, December 24,reads: Whenever someone comes in from outside, with the wind in their clothes and the cold on their cheeks, I feel like burying my head under the blankets to keep from thinking, "When will we be allowed to breathe fresh air again?

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Anne went to school, had girl friends and boyfriends, went to parties and to ice-cream parlors, rode her bike, and chattered an understatement in class. Despite the cramped quarters, the Secret Annex is comfortable enough for the inhabitants to forget that their lives are in constant and grave danger.

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The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank