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The War

Although Anne does not write much about politics as she says the topic is boring to her, Anne in the position that she is in because of politics. Anne has grown up in the time period of World War II. Hitler’s attempt to cleanse the world of Jews has caused worldwide fighting. Anne’s family has already fled from Germany to take refuge in Holland. In Holland, Anne has witnessed increasing persecution, as Jews are not allowed to ride in cars or use public transportation. They are allowed to shop only in certain stores. Anne details this part of her life in her diary. She additionally details the fear and horror she feels when her older sister, Margot, gets her call up papers for a work camp. If Margot does not report for duty, the entire family will be arrested. Although Anne’s father...

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