Diary of a Young Girl (e-bok)
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2018-11-28
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GENERAL PRESS
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9789380914312
Diary of a Young Girl (e-bok)

Diary of a Young Girl (e-bok)

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The Diary of a Young Girl started two days before Anne Franks thirteenth birthday. In 1942, the Nazis had occupied Holland, and her family left their home to go into hiding, as they were Jews. Anne Frank recorded daily events, her personal experiences and her feelings in her diary for the next two years. Cut off from the outside world, she and her family faced hunger, boredom, claustrophobia at living in confined quarters, and the ever-present threat of discovery and death. One day, she and her family were betrayed and taken away to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, where she eventually died.It is a record of a sensitive girls tragic experience during one of the worst periods in human history. This diary is so powerful that it leaves a deep impact on the mind of its readers.Anne Frank:Annelies Marie Anne Frank was a Jewish girl born in the city of Frankfurt, Germany. Her father moved to the Netherlands in 1933 and the rest of the family followed later. Anne was the last of the family to come to the Netherlands, in February 1934. She wrote a diary while in hiding with her family and four friends in Amsterdam during the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War II.She lived in Amsterdam with her parents and sister. During the Holocaust, Anne and her family hid in the attic of her fathers office to escape the Nazis. It was during that time period that she had recorded her life in her diary.Anne died in Bergen-Belsen, in February 1945, at the age of 15.The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank, ebook, 9789380914312
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