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The Diary of Anne Frank

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The Diary of Anne Frank
The Rise of Anti-Semitism in Europe
- hostility to or prejudice against Jews
The Holocaust
- destruction or slaughter on a mass scale, especially caused by fire or nuclear war
- a Jewish sacrificial offering that is burned completely on an alter
The Move to the Ghettos
- Liquidation of the ghettos
Anne Frank
Racism and Prejudice
Family
Otto Frank
Father; served in the German army in WWI
Childhood
Born on June 12th, 1929, in Frankfurt, Germany.
Anne grew up funny and energetic, and had a good "sense of self"; opinionated; considered "stylish and mature" for her age
1934 - The Frank family moves to Amsterdam, the Netherlands, where Anne flourishes in the Dutch culture
The Annex
July 6, 1942 - The Franks go into hiding
In Hiding
In the Meantime...
1933 - Hitler comes to power:
Books burnings
Building of concentration camps
would soon become death camps
Jews cannot hold government jobs
Segregated schools between non-Jews and Jews
Jewish businesses needed to be "marked"
Jews openly brutalized in public
gestapo- secret police
storm troopers- Nazi party members

*Laws affected anyone who had even one Jewish grandparent

1935 - Nuremberg Laws - all political rights are taken way from Jewish citizens:
considered foreigners
Jews can no longer marry non-Jews
Jewish students can no longer study in German schools (1938)

Concentration
and
Death Camps
1938 - Violence Strikes:
30,000 Jews are arrested and sent to concentration camps
November 9-10 - Kristallnacht (night of broken glass) a.k.a., "Crystal Night":
200 synagogoues are torched
5,000 Jewish businesses looted and destroyed
Over 100 Jews dead
1940 - The Netherlands are invaded and surrender to Hitler; all laws previously passed in Germany now pass on to the Dutch territories.
April 29, 1942 - Jews must wear a yellow Star of David on the outside of their clothes so they can be identified
July 6, 1942 - The Frank family goes into hiding
Edith Frank
Mother; married Otto in 1925

Margot Frank
Sister; born in 1926;
neat and well-behaved
Hermann
Van Daan
Petronella
Van Daan
Peter
Van Daan
Albert
Dussell

The Franks, Van Daans, and Mr. Dussell were in hiding from June 1942 - August 1944 (26 months).
Anne in the annex: age 13 - 15
Silent hours 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. (9 hours)
Road to the Holocaust:
stereotyping
scapegoating
prejudice
discrimination
Racism and Prejudice
How does "Blue Eyes, Brown Eyes" apply to what we're studying?

Think of the TV shows and news you watch.
How do they stereotype?
Are they meant to show prejudice or bias?
If not, why are they still damaging?
Do you believe in social influence? Governmental influence?
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