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Anne Frank’s astonishing diary, which was discovered in the attic where she spent her final years, is now considered a classic around the world as both a sobering reminder of the atrocities of war and an impassioned monument to the resilience of the human spirit.
A Jewish family of four, including a thirteen-year-old daughter, escaped their Amsterdam home in 1942, when the Nazis invaded Holland. The Frank family and another family hid away in the “Secret Annexe” of a decommissioned office block for the next two years until the Gestapo discovered their whereabouts. Isolated from civilization, they were subject to starvation, boredom, the indignities of close quarters, and the continual terror of being found out and killed. Anne Frank’s journal provides a vivid account of her experiences during this time. Her story is a powerful self-portrait of a sensitive and spirited young lady whose promise was tragically cut short, and it is also intellectual, emotional, and surprisingly amusing.
About The Author Anne Frank
Ms. Annelies Marie “Anne” Frank was born to Jewish parents in Frankfurt, Germany. In 1933, her father led the family to the Netherlands, where they eventually settled. Anne arrived in the Netherlands in February of 1934, long after the rest of her family had done so. During the German occupation of Amsterdam in World War II, she hid with her family and four companions and kept a diary about their experiences.
Her family—her parents and sister—settled in Amsterdam. Anne and her family hid from the Nazis in the attic of her father’s office. During that time, she kept a diary in which she detailed her experiences.
Anne, only 15 years old, passed away in Bergen-Belsen in February of 1945.
The Diary of a Young Girl Book Summary
If only the contents of Anne Frank’s diary were a fabrication. The reading of this journal would be amazing if it meant that this vivacious, perceptive, and articulate girl hadn’t perished in Belsen concentration camp along with so many others, but the holocaust did occur, making the reading of this diary even more tragic.
Anne was remarkably expressive for a 13-year-old kid; it is amazing how she conveys her ideas and feelings about both herself and other people. She has a very honest ability to evaluate her successes, mistakes, and limitations.
Anne, her parents, and sister Margot had to leave their Amsterdam home to avoid being captured since they were Jews living in Nazi-occupied Holland. They occupy apartments in an old office block they refer to as “The Secret Annexe” from 1942 until 1944. Their safe house’s daily routine is described in Anne’s diary. In addition to a former dentist, they also share a room with another couple and their adolescent son. Living so near to others and even within their own families led to many conflicts, as might be expected. The persons who provided them with food were the few office workers who were aware of The Secret Annexe; yet, considering that everything was rationed because of the war, things occasionally became tense. But the alternative wasn’t worth considering.
In August 1944, Anne’s diary abruptly stops being written. Its pages won’t contain any more words. They were detained and taken to different concentration camps after being betrayed to the Nazis. The office cleaning discovered the diary after it had been left behind. Anne and her sister Margot were finally transferred to Bergen-Belsen, where they both perished. Anne was just 15 years old, and she had already spent time in two concentration camps. The diary was given back to Otto Frank, the girls’ father, who was the only survivor.
After finishing one of such books, stillness often follows. How should a review be written? How do you make it worthy? Sincerely, I don’t know. All I can think of is how much of a difference Anne would have made to the world if she had lived. Her dream was to become a writer, but even in death, she made a difference by letting us spend those two years in hiding with her and allowing us to see what a lovely person she was. I am very depressed right now.