The Franks, a Jewish family, moved to the Netherlands in in order to escape Nazi persecution. She deals with childish matters and becomes angry at pointless issues. No one realized that this infant, who was Jewish, was destined to become one of the worlds most famous victims of World War II.
At Westerbork, Anne spent most of her time with Peter, and in their childhood naivety, they could not figure out the danger of their position. Anne is excited about the book and begins writing right away. After George Stevens decided to make a movie about Anne Frank. They seemed to enjoy the freedom that had lacked for the two years while at the Secret Annex.
Anne hears that Jews in concentration camps are put to death by poisonous gas. It was really great to read her memoir and read about the messages she is trying to send across. However nearer to the middle and the end, I found her writing more and more about her observations of others as well so you can get a good insight as to what everything is really like.
For Anne upcoming birthday she requests a diary so that she can express her thoughts, feelings, and emotions that occur day to day in her daily life.