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The Diary of Anne Frank

Summary: Evaluates the personal diary of Anne Frank and recounts some of the issues addressing the Jews who lived during the time.
Anne Frank authored a personal diary in order to record various impressions upon herself during the time period in which she hid from the totalitarian Nazi regime with her family. The account presents a supplementary look concerning the courage of one individual in the face of a paramount evil determined to eradicate the Jewish race.

During his reign Adolf Hitler's supposed "final solution" to the trials of German ethnicity was the genocide of the Jewish community. The members of this population were forced either to run from the malicious enemy or succumb to its policy of termination. This genocide was known as the Holocaust and remains one of the darkest divisions of world history. Being placed at the mercy of Hitler, one family, the Franks, effected a temporarily clandestine domicile in which they were to hide for the duration of the Jewish eradication. Most patently...

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