Anne Frank Essay | How Understanding of WW II is Shaped by Reading Anne Frank

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How Understanding of WW II is Shaped by Reading Anne Frank

Summary: Describes how the writer's understanding of World War II has been shaped by reading Anne Frank. Explores how teenagers can easily relate to Frank and her experiences.
The diary of Anne Frank has shaped my understanding of World War II in many ways. The time period has become clearer to me and has made me understand the structure and culture in 1940. Hitler's rise to power saw millions of innocent Jews unjustly discriminated and persecuted against. On a more intimate scale, the personal problems faced by the Frank family are vividly described in Anne's diary, showing that war only has negative implications. Furthermore, we are given an insight to the stressful conditions under which Anne lives and the manner which she copes with against the war. This is particularly important as Anne is of the same age as me, making her experiences more significant and realistic.

The context in which the book was written in helped me understand the order of events and occurrings. In 1929, Hitler came...

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