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ANNE FRANK

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Transcript of ANNE FRANK

THE DIARY OF A YOUNG GIRL
THE DIARY
The author: Anne Frank
First written: 12 June 1942 to 1 August 1944.
Published: First published under the title "Het Achterhuis. Dagboekbrieven" 14 June 1942.
Editor: Otto Frank ( Anne Frank's father).
Other facts: Published all over the world. Anne Frank is a symbol of the millions of innocent children who have been victims of persecution.

There are images of her in the diary
Fritz Pfeffer, the dentist.
Their son Peter van Pels.
His wife Auguste van Pels.
FRANK FAMILY
VAN PELS FAMILY
Hermann van Pels,
Otto Frank's business partner.
Otto Frank
Edith Frank, his wife.
Their daughter Anne Frank.
Her older sister
Margot Frank.
WHO HID IN THE HOUSE ?
ANNE FRANK DIARY
AMSETRDAM
IMAGINED THE STORY THROW
THE ROOMS
FRANK FAMILY'S ROOM
Anne Frank's and Fritz Pfeffer's room
The attic.
Peter van Pels
The room where Mr and Mrs Van Pels slept.
The bathroom.
ANNE FRANK
"Life for the eight people in the small apartment, which Anne Frank referred to as the Secret Annex, was tense. The group lived in constant fear of being discovered and could never go outside. They had to remain quiet during daytime in order to avoid detection by the people working in the warehouse below. Anne passed the time, in part, by chronicling her observations and feelings in a diary she had received for her 13th birthday, a month before her family went into hiding."
Anne Frank's life
A TRIP IN A BOOK
AUGUST
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11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
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AMSTERDAM
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ANNE FRANK
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MY MIND PROJECTED AND IMAGINED THE STORY THROUGH
THE ROOMS AS I READ LIKE A FILM
SPAIN
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What it was like to live like her
Bedroom, living room and kitchen
A DAY IN THE HOUSE
NO PRIVACY
CAN'T MAKE ANY NOISE
Things she would do to entertain herself:
Study, read, write or draw things in her diary.
CAN'T TALK O LAUGH
NO NATURAL LIGHT
NO SPACE
The fate of the hiders in the Secret Annex
WOMEN
MEN
Every man and woman receives a number, which is tatooed on their arm. Their heads are completely shaven. They receive prison-camp clothes, because they are not allowed to keep their own clothes. The men are placed in one part of the camp, the women in another. The men end up in the main camp Auschwitz I, one and a half kilometers away. The women remain in Auschwitz-Birkenau
Everyday there were selections: prisoners who were too sick or weak to work were sent directly to the gas chamber to be killed. There were different tasks, most prisoners had to perform heavy labour, digging trenches.
During the day, the women had to work very hard hauling heavy stones or grass mats. They often had to stand outside for hours on end to be counted for roll-call, no matter how awful the weather conditions might be.
Anne Frank came down with typhus. She died just a few weeks before the camp was liberated.
symbolism anne frank
Anne Frank is a symbol of the millions of innocent children victims of persecution. Anne`s life shows us what happen when prejudice and hatred go unchallenged.
Museums, books... she is a piece of human history
MY PERSONAL OPINION
Thank you for your attention!

ALBA HONE
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THE DIARY OF A YOUNG GIRL
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