My family went into hiding in 1942. We lived in an annex and had to be silent all day.
That does not sound fun. My family and I lived in our apartment when our other residents knew that we were Jewish.
I am Friedrich.
I believe that even though people do bad things, they are still good at heart.
I was always careful on who I hung out with and talked to. I wish I though like that because life would be more positive.
I am throwing a party in the woods tonight, it would be nice if you showed up. It could be so fun. People from school will be there too.
I don't know. I never go to parties. They make me uncomfortable.
Jewish teenagers, Anne Frank and Friedrich are introduced to each other in their neighborhood. This conversation takes place after the Holocaust and into the future. They are talking about their living conditions with their families during the Holocaust.
If you did not want to come, then you should not have. I realized how shy you are. Just because I plan parties all the time, does not mean that you have to.
I am here because you invited me. I can try to get over being shy.I have never been to a party so it might just be fun.
When the Holocaust was over, all I did was have fun because we could not do anything in the annex.
Anne and Friedrich are at Anne's house near the pool. They are talking about how they felt during the Holocaust and are explaining their sides of the situation.
I never had many friends during the Holocaust because no one wanted to hang out with a Jewish boy, so I became very shy.
Anne and Friedrich realize that they go to the same school. They are surprised that they both showed up at the same time. Anne is trying to get Friedrich to come to her party in the woods.
Thinking about the Holocaust, being in hiding, and really not being able to do anything made me realize that you have to be grateful for what you have while you still have it.
When i think about the Holocaust, I think about what happened while my family was in our apartment, how my family and friends started to fade away and how nervous I was everyday about the Nazis coming. Never give up and always have hope.
Anne and Freidrich arrive before everyone else to set up. Friedrich does not want to be there, but he will do it if it makes Anne happy. Anne realizes that Friedrich is very shy and is not comfortable being at the party.
Anne and Friedrich are at the table eating lunch. They are talking about their past experiences with the Holocaust and when they met each other.
Anne and Friedrich are sitting around a campfire reflecting on everything they have been through and sharing their own experiences and feelings about the past.