By Marian Hoefnagel
Anne Frank (1929-1945) ist das vielleicht bekannteste Mädchen der Niederlande. Sie wurde durch ihr Tagebuch berühmt. Anne Frank warfare Jüdin. Sie wohnte in Amsterdam, als der Zweite Weltkrieg ausbrach. Sie und ihre Eltern mussten untertauchen. Über zwei Jahre versteckten sie sich in der Firma von Vater Frank, im Hinterhaus.
Anne hat Angst, dass sie entdeckt werden.
Sie hat Angst, dass guy sie alle erschießt.
Auch nachts hat Anne Angst.
Vor dem Gewitter, vor Schüssen und vor Flugzeugen.
Sie kriecht dann am liebsten zu ihrem Vater ins Bett.
"Das wirkt vielleicht kindisch", schreibt sie ins Tagebuch.
"Aber guy muss das mal mitmachen.
Manchmal kann guy sein eigenes Wort nicht verstehen."
In "Anne Frank, ihr Leben" wird die Geschichte von Anne Frank erzählt. Wie sie lebt, bevor sie untertauchen musste. Und wie ihr Leben im Hinterhaus aussah. Wie es struggle, zum ersten Mal verliebt zu sein. Und wie viel Angst sie hatte, entdeckt zu werden. Wir erfahren auch, was once nach der Entdeckung und Festnahme der Familie passierte. Anne starb in einem Konzentrationslager im modify von 15 Jahren. Sie ist eines der sechs Millionen jüdischen Opfer des Zweiten Weltkriegs.
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Then, suddenly, the teacher became harsh, turned cold and somber like a raven. “It’s no good, it’s not good at all! You’ve got to speak louder! If you don’t, nobody will hear you. ” This shouting caught him by surprise, paralyzed him. But he W eddings 47 quickly found his voice again, hoping to appease the maniac: “ . our brothers, in whose hands we saw a loaf of bread, when we had forgotten what bread looked like. And we say to you, let us not forget, let us not forgive, let us punish those who .
The avalanche of embraces wore him out. The solicitude with which he was treated relieved him. They kept asking him again and again if they could get him anything, if he wanted anything, their words and gestures hesitant, as if they were afraid to hurt his feelings. For a long while afterward the hero could still feel the crown of laurels on his head. Numerous privileges that he now en joyed reminded him of his triumph. His cousin, the teacher, now consented to become the com rade he had been in the past.
At first I hid only one. Not the biggest. A medium sized one, tightly wound, that bounced well. The first time she saw me with it in the hallway she was surprised. She did not scold me; she took it away and told me not to touch them. They were colorless, but they caressed the colors of the mosaic. I would wait quietly, seemingly absentminded, for a chance to be alone, then I’d rush into the hall way, avenged for the games in the yard. She caught me again and asked for them back. By the third time she began to yell.
Anne Frank, ihr Leben by Marian Hoefnagel