Download Anne Frank, ihr Leben by Marian Hoefnagel PDF

By Marian Hoefnagel

Anne Frank (1929-1945) ist das vielleicht bekannteste Mädchen der Niederlande. Sie wurde durch ihr Tagebuch berühmt. Anne Frank battle 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 conflict, 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.

Show description

Read or Download Anne Frank, ihr Leben PDF

Best holocaust books

Ordinary Men: Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the Final Solution in Poland

The surprising account of the way a unit of common middle-aged Germans turned the cold-blooded murderers of tens of hundreds of thousands of Jews.

Remembering: Voices of the Holocaust: A New History in the Words of the Men and Women Who Survived

A distinct oral historical past of the full span of the Holocaust in accordance with interviews from the sound information of the Imperial warfare Museum and the nationwide Holocaust Museum in Washington, D. C.

The Last Seven Months of Anne Frank

The "unwritten" ultimate bankruptcy of Anne Frank: The Diary of a tender woman tells the tale of the time among Anne Frank's arrest and her demise in the course of the testimony of six Jewish girls who survived the hell from which Anne Frank by no means retumed.

Commemorating Hell: The Public Memory of Mittelbau-Dora

 This strong, wide-ranging background of the Nazi focus camp Mittelbau-Dora is the 1st booklet to research how reminiscence of the 3rd Reich developed all through alterations within the German regime from global struggle II to the current. development on intimate wisdom of the heritage of the camp, the place a 3rd of the 60,000 prisoners didn't live to tell the tale the conflict, Gretchen Schafft and Gerhard Zeidler learn the political and cultural features of the camp's memorialization in East Germany and, after 1989, in unified Germany.

Additional info for Anne Frank, ihr Leben

Example text

A loudspeaker he swallowed accidentally. Now when he whispers, though without intent, His voice booms forth exponentially. Like twins the couple Hirshensohn, Year in year out their voices never raise, Their marriage’s firm, they love each other Because the wife commands and he obeys. Father Witting, this ill-disposed man, Drinks only what disgusts the rest. We hope this custom he’ll forswear, Here’s to good health and all the best. Mother Witting’s at the stove and phone, Running a thriving export enterprise.

She tells us about enjoying Christmas decorations, the New Year celebration, the occasional movie, and, above all, the fact that her children were usefully occupied in school and in the Kadoorie club. Today we might find her comments about Chinese workers disagreeable. But we should remember that, then as now, Chinese labor was cheap and the Chinese worker was exploited. She is stating a fact of life and she is concerned with how to make a living for her family. The reader also has occasional glimpses of contacts with the Chinese population.

The selections of poetry and prose translated into English in these pages are the work of refugees and appeared for the most part in Yiddish and German Shanghai newspapers. I succumbed to the temptation of adding one Polish poem, which appeared in the Polish paper published in Shanghai and adds still one other dimension to the refugee experience. More of some truly exceptional pieces are contained in other Shanghai papers that, all but forgotten, are gathering dust in various archives on several continents.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.34 of 5 – based on 44 votes