Anne Frank

Nazi survivor, wrote life in a diary.

Anne's Early LIfe

Her full name is Annelies Marie Frank.

Anne Frank was born in (1929) and died in (1945).

She was a Jewish girl who was writing her life in diary while being hidden away from the Nazi's in World War II

Anne was very close to her dad but not so much with her mother. Her sister Margot, was born in 1926. She was a pretty and feminine girl who enjoyed attention from her father. Anne was a lieutenant of the German army in World War I.

Getting Involved

  • Anne was a young girl going through a rough time in the war's.
  • She showed people her bravery and innocence in her diary.
  • In the first page of her diary she said "I hope I shall be able to confide in you completely, as I never been able to do in anyone before, and I hope that you will be a great support and comfort to me."
  • Anne was never impatient when she was writing her diary, she had courage that she will be able to get through the harsh reality of the world.
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Choices And Consquences

  • Anne made a symbol of innocence from all the people that died in the twentieth century.
  • She inspired many people to become writers and pursue there dreams to fulfill her dreams.
  • It put the situation with an actual face and it has given people a visual that no one would ever have heard without the existence of Anne Frank’s diary.

Her own words

  • Anne got her book when she was thirteen and after then the war struck and she began the feeling of becoming a writer.
  • She was forced to hide in the hiding space so she had nothing us to do other than write her life.
  • One text was "We are as quiet as mice. Who, three months ago, would ever have guessed that quicksilver Anne would have to sit still for hours--and, what's more, could?"
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Quotes From Anne And Others

  • A quote from Anne:"It is hard to speak the truth, and yet it is the truth: she herself has pushed me away, her tactless remarks and her crude jokes, which I don't find at all funny, have now made me insensitive to any love from her sister"Anne Frank found no comfort in her mother. Authors and Artists for Young Adults. Vol. 12. Detroit: Gale, 1994. Gale Biography In Context. Web. 3 May 2016.
  • A quote from Alexandra Fuller: "Until I read Anne Frank's diary, I had found books a literal escape from what could be the harsh reality around me. After I read the diary, I had a fresh way of viewing the both literature and the world. From then on, I found I was impatient with books that were not honest or that were trivial and frivolous."
  • Quote from Kate Bernheimer: When I first read Anne Frank's 'Diary of a Young Girl,' I saw for the first time that a girl could be a writer and that it had something to do with survival and with ethics and fighting against evil. I admired her, though her diary remained terrifying and mysterious to me. She was a character in a real fairy tale - fairy tales are brutal.


  • Influencing the aspirations to the world by the Diary through its educational writing work.
  • And helping those in need by telling them it's okay and they will be able to do anything in life.
  • Today's society would not be the same without the bravery of Anne Frank and her diary (Kitty).
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Annotated Bibliography

  1. "Anne Frank-themed 'escape room' criticized." UPI News Current 18 Mar. 2016. Biography in Context. Web. 6 May 2016.
    The article talked about a little game these people did to make you feel like your Anne Frank, and they lock you in a room. Many people argued and said it was wrong
  2. Contemporary Heroes and HeroinesBiography in ContextThe article explains the harsh Nazi laws and what Anne and her sister could do if they haven't attacked.I chose it because it goes more in detail about the war she had to deal with.
  3. MCT PhotosBiography in ContextAnne loved to play with her sisters and friends, she was with them all the time. I picked this because to show that she was an innocent and good child.
  4. Authors and Artists for Young AdultsBiography in ContextThis biography goes more in depth with what happened after Anne and the people got found and arrested at the Annex. I chose it because I wanted to know what had happened to everybody after they were captured.
  5. New York TimesBiography in ContextThe biography talks about a classmate named Eva Schloss who lived to say that Anne was a normal, playful little girl who enjoyed everything. I chose it because there's a person that lived to tell who Anne Frank really is.
  6. Weekend Edition SaturdayBiography in ContextPeople still found comfort and "life" when they read Anne's diary. Because no one would ever think a 13 year old could write like this at a time like that.
  7. Gale Biography in ContextBiography in ContextAnne Frank writing in her journal. I had picked this because it shows that Anne was a joyful and happy girl when she was writing.
  8. World War IIBiography in ContextThis news article is about people trying to find out who had told the police about where the Frank family was hiding. I chose this because I had got so frustrated when I found out that it was an anonymous call.
  9. People of the HolocaustBiography in ContextAnne Franks life was known as a metaphor and symbol for all the Jews in the holocaust. I think it's true because she shows the courage that nobody had the time for or even cared about simply writing in a small little diary.
    A museum exhibit opened about Anne Frank and all the pictures her father took of her. I chose this video because it gives people all around the world to come and visit and meet everything about Anne and her life. Because some people, before they got there they didn't know anything about Frank and now there life perspectives how now changed.