The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

The possible British invasion of Holland was so important to the residents of the Annexe because this event would signal progress toward the defeat of Germany and the end of war. Explain.


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That's pretty much the point. An Allied invasion meant the Germans were weak and about to lose the war. An invasion would mean freedom for Anne and the others in the annex.