By Marian Hoefnagel
Anne Frank (1929-1945) ist das vielleicht bekannteste Mädchen der Niederlande. Sie wurde durch ihr Tagebuch berühmt. Anne Frank conflict 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 regulate von 15 Jahren. Sie ist eines der sechs Millionen jüdischen Opfer des Zweiten Weltkriegs.
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He felt the Nazis were making a mistake in the early days by raising the issue so high on the banner. Klemperer was not merely a witness, but a self-conscious and critical one. He confided in his diary ‘that the fate of the Hitler Movement unquestionably lies in the Jewish thing. I do not understand why they have made this point of the programme so central. It will go to ruin on that. 152 The Jews were turned into social outsiders and their legal emancipation was slowly reversed. They were pressured in business, but soon driven from the professions, and it appears beyond doubt that their expulsion was popular.
48 The ease of the Nazi takeover and the emergence of a pro-Hitler and pro-Nazi consensus suggests that the majority had abandoned any hopes they might have had for democracy, and especially with the recovery from the Great Depression, they found it easy to support an authoritarian dictatorship. 49 As early as 4 February 1933, in the name of stopping such activities, a presidential decree was promulgated ‘for the protection of the German people’. 56 On 17 February 1933, Göring, who was Hitler’s right-hand man in the National Cabinet and also the new Prussian Minister of the Interior, issued a decree to all Prussian police.
6 BHC02 24/10/2000 2:11 PM Page 35 Police Justice 35 The Nazi approach to crime was not to search out its deeper social causes, but to enforce existing laws far more vigorously. 7 They adopted this stance even before the Reichstag fire at the end of February 1933. They appointed new Police Presidents for a number of major cities, including Berlin, where hardliners promptly declared war on crime. 8 Admiral von Levetzow, new head of the Berlin police, said he wanted to restore the tried-and-true German values embodied in his old-fashioned sounding name.
Anne Frank, ihr Leben by Marian Hoefnagel