There was a sitting room that was also Mummy’s and Daddy’s bedroom
The Van Daan’s also had their own bedroom
We all shared a kitchen, living room and dining room
Anne Frank' house "Como esconderijo, a casa de trás é ideal; ainda que seja úmida e está toda inclinada, estou segura de que em toda Amsterdã, e talvez em toda Holanda, não há outro esconderijo tão confortável como o que temos instalado aqui."
"I haven't written for a few days, because I wanted first of all to think about my diary. It's an odd idea for someone like me to keep a diary; not only because I have never done so before, but because it seems to me that neither I - nor for that matter anyone else - will be interested in the unbosomings of a thirteen-year-old schoolgirl. Still, what does that matter? I want to write, but more than that, I want to bring out all kinds of things that lie buried deep in my heart." (from The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank, 1952)
" I know I can write. A few of my stories are good, my descriptions of the Secret Annex are humorous, much of my diary is vivid and alive, but... it remains to be seen whether I really have talent."
“ Since you’ve never been through a war, Kitty, and since you know very little about life in hiding, in spite of my letters, let me tell you, just for fun, what we each want to do first when we’re able to go outside again…I’d be so overjoyed I wouldn’t know where to begin”
“ Leave me alone, let me have at least one night when I don’t cry myself to sleep with my eyes burning…all day long I hear nothing but what an exasperating child I am”
“ I long to ride a bike, dance, whistle, look at the world, feel young and know that I’m free.” “ I…feel like a songbird whose wings have been ripped off and who keeps hurling itself against the bars of its dark cage”
“ The most you can do is pray for God to perform a miracle and save at least some of them”
“… but you have to make sacrifices for a good cause…if we can save even one of our friends, the rest doesn’t matter,”
Picture Gallery Anne’s diary Anne and Margot’s grave The Annex Anne Anne’s Room Anne
Picture Gallery 2 Margot her sister Otto her father Edith her mother
In her family she had a Mom named Edith, a father named Otto, and a sister named Margot. Margot was 3 years older then Anne.
Anne was 13 years old and wrote in her secret diary
The time was World War 2
The German Nazis hated anyone of the Jewish faith
The Nazis were sending all the Jews to concentration camps and killing them