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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 battle, zum ersten Mal verliebt zu sein. Und wie viel Angst sie hatte, entdeckt zu werden. Wir erfahren auch, used to be 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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Was a consequence of the Second 39. A third choice of some scholars has been to study bystanders. See, for example, Raul Hilberg, Perpetrators, Victims, Bystanders: The Jewish Catastrophe 1933-1945. New York: Harper Collins, 1992. 40. For an argument to the contrary, see Richard Rubenstein, After Auschwitz, 2d ed. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1990). Rubenstein, whose work I will consider in some detail in chapter 4, argues that explanations of the Holocaust which depict Jews as completely passive, "as objects of action, rather than parties of conflict" (p.

To focus on victims or perpetrators is to study individuals, to say (in effect) that the Holocaust might be understood in terms of individual action or choice. Throughout this book, my focus will not be on individual perpetrators, even one as significant as Hitler. germany If not Hitler, or a small group of Nazis, we might reasonably focus on the German people as perpetrators of the Holocaust. 46 In his 1941 book, Escape from Freedom, Erich Fromm argued that Nazism was the ultimate expression of the German authori- 43.

93. " THINKING 29 Small solace: the family for whom he worked treated him well. In this collapsed world, Marko met a young Austrian woman. -came in 1944 the miracle of life in the midst of death. During the birth, Marko approached the bedroom window from the field outside, awaiting the news: a girl was born. He must have pondered the sheer impossibility of the situation. The baby's Austrian grandfather, at grave risk to himself, signed the birth certificate as father. But the Nazis, ever vigilant about race laws, discovered the identity of the real father.

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