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The Diary of a Young Jewish German Girl

Summary: Describes the life, times, and writing of Anne Frank, as depicted in her diary. Summarizes the events which Frank details in her diary. Provides details on her family's experience during World War II.
The game of hide and seek became far too real for a peace loving Jewish family. Seeking a safer place to live, the Otto Frank family fled to the Netherlands from Amsterdam. World War II had begun, and the Nazis were rounding up members of the Jewish faith and sending them to concentration camps where they faced persecution and death. To avoid this, Anne Frank, an innocent Jewish teenager and her family hid in the attic of Otto Frank's law office for two years before being captured by the Germans and sent to a concentration camp. The life of Anne Frank shows an extreme example of prejudicism but also a triumph of the human spirit.

Annelies Marie Frank was born June 12, 1929, in Frankfort Maine, Germany. She had an older sister named Margot, whom she looked up to very much. Anne's father Otto...

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