Anne frank

Anne frank

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  • Anne Frank had a good life. Her parents were not poor and she went to a good school.
  • Until the Germans came.
  • Hey, you! Yeah, you, the Jews! You can't ride in cars! Only on bikes! It's a new law!
  • The Franks decided to move to a house called the Secret Annex because the Germans had gotten so strict and were sending Jews off to concentration camps.
  • There were seven others that also started living here. Anne Frank only knew three. They were the Vaan Daans. The Franks got into many fights with them, as Anne Frank's journal describes.
  • No! Of course the Germans will capture these random rebels! Not that I want them to! They are too powerful!
  • The rebels will survive!
  • Since nobody was allowed outside, Anne and sometimes her sister would look out a window to pass time.
  • Many times, the drab and dullness was broken by a huge bombing run, in which everybody hid and dived for cover.
  • Welcome!
  • One day, they decided to invite a man named Dussle because he seemed nice. Townspeople said he liked children. He was also a Jew.
  • I'm older than you!
  • I`m always right.
  • Instead, he was selfish and a brat.
  • Shhhhh! Germans!
  • My turn!
  • That`s mine!
  • Anne was forced to share a room with him because nobody else wanted him.
  • One event scared them more than the rest. It was a big burglary, and the German police came to investigate. Germans hated Jews.
  • Search the house to find any clues of this burglary!
  • Behind the bookshelf! Quickly!
  • There seems to be nothing in here or on the bookshelf. Go search the rest of the house. I will be down shortly.
  • Yes, sir!
  • The Franks and Vaan Daans lived here for a couple more moths before . . . .
  • General, I have heard strange noises in that house. I believe Jews are hidden in there.
  • Good job, soldier!
  • Everyone was taken to concentration camps, where only Anne Frank's father survived. He tried everything to publish his daughter's diary. He eventually succeeded. He then moved and lived a happy rest of his life.
  • I remember . . . .
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