Anne thinks that her sister, Margot, is smart, pretty, but she does not write much about her. Anne also develops a close friendship with Peter van Daan, the teenage boy in the annex. Anne’s diary ends without comment on August 1, 1944. However, the Frank family is betrayed to the Nazis and arrested on August 4, 1944. Conflict The German Nazis has something against Jewish people and is out to kill and enslave them.
Anne Frank is one of the most famous victims of the Holocaust because of the diary she kept during this time. The Frank family went into hiding in an empty room behind Otto Frank’s company building, also known as the “Secret Annex”. The Families spent two years in hiding without ever once stepping outside the building. On June 12, 1942, Anne received a red checkered diary for her 13th birthday. Writing allowed Anne to maintain her sanity and spirit while in hiding.
Sixty years later, Sarah’s tragic story intertwines with that of middle aged reporter, Julia. Sarah’s Key follows Julia’s investigation into the Vel’ d’Hiv Roundup where Jewish families where arrested and taken to a bicycle stadium and then shipped to Auschwitz. In her research, Julia stumbles onto a trail of hidden secrets, secrets that will change the life of her and many others that link to Sarah Starzynski. During the middle of the night on July 16th, Sarah who refused let the French police harm her little brother Michel, locks him in their hiding place, a secret cabinet in their room. She tells him she would come back for him and is then taken away with her parents in local street cars to an old bicycle stadium.
The family was walking their way back home until things took a sudden brutal turn. A cone in one hand and teddy bear in other, she witnessed the entire tragic incident, from her mother being stabbed to death to her father get shot and bleeding unconscious. Although three was an age way too young to remember, and even to this day she would often have nightmares, horrifyingly waking her up from deep sleep, they were too hazy or imperceptible to remember the faces, unfortunately even of her parents.
After 8 years the Germans came to Amsterdam, which is when the Frank family went into hiding. Anne Frank and her family went into hiding on June 6, 1942, six days before her birthday. She lived with 8 people in the attic when she was hiding with a fear of getting caught and sent away by Nazi soldiers. She wrote in her diary about hiding from the Germans and how scary it was during the Holocaust. Her diary was one of the first
Anne Frank underwent a life changing twenty five months of hiding during her teenage years with her family and friends due to the overthrowing Nazi party in Germany . During these years feelings of fear, faith, and courage overwhelmed her but brought her through experiences that she documented, this has educated millions of people about the Holocaust. All aspects of life during hiding including what she struggled with, learned from, and thought about was captured in the pages of her diary. When Anne and her family are first sent into hiding, she has a very optimistic outlook on life. She is always thinking about how much worse it could be and how lucky she is to have what she is given and still have the comfort of her family.
Brittany Wilson Holocaust victim 29 May 2009 English II Honors Goudy Anne Frank June 1929- March 1945 The infamous Annelies Marie Frank was born on June 12, 1929 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Anne Frank spent majority of her life living in Amsterdam, after the Nazi's "conqured" Germany. Anne's experiences written in her diary, of the devastating times during World War II, opened the eyes of millions of people around the world. Anne Frank was the youngest of two children. Her father was a World War I veteran.
She lived there along with cousins, and ended marrying David Lacks, known as Day. Henrietta’s sister Glady disapproved Day and Henrietta’s marriage. They had 5 children, Lawrence, Lucille, David, Deborah, and Joseph. Henrietta began getting severe pain so she went to Johns Hopkins, one the best hospital in the nation and had a colored ward. As she lay on the operating table, a sample of her cancerous cervical tissue was take without with her knowledge or consent and given to Dr. George Grey the head of the tissue research.
In February of 1920, a woman jumped off a bridge in Berlin, she was rescued and taken to a mental asylum. The woman refused to tell the authorities her identity until eighteen months later when she declared herself as the Grand Duchess Anastasia. She explained that she had been stabbed but survived because the weapons were blunt. A soldier saw she was still moving, rescued her, and took her to Romania. The woman began calling herself Anna Anderson in the 1920s and after her release from the hospital in 1922 Anderson lived off the charity of various supporters most members of Anastasia's family and those who had known her, said Anderson was an impostor but others were convinced she was Anastasia.
From early 1929 Anderson lived with Annie Burr Jennings, a wealthy Park Avenue spinster happy to host someone she supposed to be a daughter of the Tsar. For 18 months Anderson was the prize of New York people. Then a pattern of self-destructive behavior began that accumulated in her throwing tantrums, killing her pet parakeet, and on one occasion running around naked on the roof. On July 24, 1930, Judge Peter Schmuck of the Supreme Court signed an order committing her to a mental hospital. She immigrated to the United States in 1968, and shortly before the expiry of her visa married Jack