What I will say is that. She wrote about her life at school and the occupation of the Netherlands by Germany that began in 1940. Gies was interviewed about her memories of hiding the Frank family for the 1995 documentary film by. The hiding spot was in the attic above her father's company. She gave detailed descriptions on everything she wrote in her diary. She stayed in hiding for 3 years i think and didint give up hope,she was optimistic when times got tuff and she was a very brave teenager who by the way did not live to see her 16 birthday. The diary is not only a historical account of the Holocaust, but it tells of Anne Frank's impressions, feelings, and insights on war and humanity.
It was completely eye-opening to see what it must have been like, living in the constant fear of a fate worse than death that would only lead to death. This was made into a play during 1955. In 1947 her diary was published in Dutch, and has been translatedinto dozens of languages. A new edition of the book is expected for early 2009. Points : 2 Peter Wessel Miep de Jong Harry Goldberg Question 7. As said by Brown, people not only looked to her for inspiration while she was living, but now aspire to be like her after reading her book. She was locked up, fearing for her life and in hiding day after day.
As a child Anne wrote a lot and enjoyed reading. She forgot something at her friend's house. When she was 13 years old, she received a red and white checked diary for her birthday. Aside from her diary and the play that was written, one might wonder who was Anne Frank? However, Frank was born on the eve of dramatic changes in German society that would soon disrupt her family's happy, tranquil life as well as the lives of all other German Jews. This is the last time you wrote in your diary. She was torn away from this ideal and peaceful life and placed into the harsh and cruel reality of war and the Nazi agenda. Because of this, she and her family lived a little bit longer.
These two Dutch office workers, Mr. Her mother's job was to take care of everything at home. For her birthday her dad gave her a journal, she writes in it every day and tells it everything that happened throughout the day. An innocent casualty in this atrocity was the ever optimist, Anne Frank. If you would like to bounce some ideas around, please feel free to use the Contact Page. Now take your white glue and fill the paper cup up to the line you had marked. Gies became a close, trusted friend of the family and was a great support to them during the two years they spent in hiding.
You get to live with them for next 1 month. This is inspiring to me and makes me think that I should be more grateful for what I have and find more happiness in my life. I know mine will be full of curses, and hatred for humanity. Points : 2 cheerful depressed hopeful Question 2. She looked at it dreamily.
Even though I'm Hispanic and a Catholic I most likely will never get to the point of suffering that she endured,. We remember her remarkable courage and humble modesty today. In 1940, however, the Nazi invaded the Netherlands. Feeding and buoying the spirits of eight refugees was no easy feat. Minutes before the Frank's were captured in their hiding place after a two-year stay, Anne wrote in her diary the words, 'In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart. I think Anne was not only great as a person, but as a writer as well. I'm not saying she enjoyed it, but the way she looked on the good side of people was what was truly inspiring.
Gies never believed that she was special, but we beg to differ. You can click on a random hero, search for someone particular, search for a specific word, click on a Tag, or browse through a Category. In May 1940 they were trapped in Amsterdam by the German occupation of the Netherlands. Miep was very generous but also modest. All the while in between, she wrote in a diary th … at she received as a gift. Miep went to a party, she made sure to remember everything to tell them the - The Metamorphosis of Anne in The Diary of Anne Frank A young girl, Anneliese Marie Frank, receives an empty jar of a diary for her thirteenth birthday, amidst much political strife in her new home country of Netherlands. Make sure you have on gloves and googles.
Anne had to wake up at 6:45 A. At nights you sleep in overcrowded barracks infested with rats and mice. During this time, Anne wrote in a diary she received when she was 13 years old. The worst thing is, your countrymen share the same views as the mad leader. If we could all aspire to have this type of outlook on life we would all be much better off.