Anne Franks Legacy

By: Keaysha Holliman

What Was Anne Franks Legacy?

Anne Franks legacy was relating to teenagers today and her diary. Also a legacy of hers was not letting the Nazis get to her. This was her legacy because she had a unlucky life to live but she knew that others had it worse. Also, Anne related to teenagers by not getting to do the things that she wanted to do when her family was in hiding from the Nazis. Anne wanted for her life to mean something, and she wanted to be something more.

Evidence #1

Anne stated during the Holocaust, "Terrible things are happening outside. At any time of night and day, poor helpless people are being dragged out of their homes. Families are torn apart; men, women and children are separated." This shows that Anne knew that other people had it worse than her.

Evidence #2

Another piece of evidence is in her diary Anne says that she wanted to live forever and wanted for her life to mean something more. This previous quote proves that she did not let the Nazis get to her and she still had hope for the future.

Evidence #3

My last piece of evidence was that in her diary she said that she wanted to be a famous writer and for her to be more. This proves that Anne relates to teenagers now and she did do more with her life, not then but now. She has made a great impact on our generation because us teenagers can relate to her life in a way.