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Engleski jezik: Anne Frank by Edita Egri
Engleski jezik: Anne Frank by Edita Egri
Engleski jezik: Anne Frank by Edita Egri
Engleski jezik: Anne Frank by Edita Egri
Engleski jezik: Anne Frank by Edita Egri
Engleski jezik: Anne Frank by Edita Egri
Engleski jezik: Anne Frank by Edita Egri
Engleski jezik: Anne Frank by Edita Egri
Engleski jezik: Anne Frank by Edita Egri
Engleski jezik: Anne Frank by Edita Egri
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Engleski jezik: Anne Frank by Edita Egri

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  • 1. ANNE FRANK: THE DIARY OF A YOUNG GIRL Edita Egri, 2.a Privatna jezično-informatička gimnazija „Svijet”
  • 2. LIFE Real name: Anneliese Marie Frank Born in Frankfurt on 12th June 1929 She died in early March 1945 at the age of 15 in Bergen- Belsenconcentration camp
  • 3. ABOUT HER CHILDHOOD She moved from Germany to Amsterdam in 1933 By the beginning of 1940, she was trapped with her family inAmsterdam
  • 4. HOME OF ANNE
  • 5. PRIVATE LIFE She lived with her father Otto, mother Edith and her sister Margot They lived in the hidden room of Otto Frank’s office building After two years of hiding, they were betrayed and transported toconcentration camps
  • 6. EDUCATION She went to school in Amsterdam with her sister Margot At their new school they made a large circle of Jewish and non-Jewish friends They had to leave their Montessori school to attend the JewishLyceum
  • 7. ANNE’S FAMILY
  • 8. THE DIARY OF A YOUNG GIRL It was discovered in the attic inwhich she spent the last years of her life It has became a world classicPowerful reminder of the horrorof war and eloquent testament to the human spirit
  • 9. THE END

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