The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

the diary of a young girl

Why had the Franks gone into hiding & how did they convert their hideont into the most lively place? 

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Due to the German occupation of Holland and ensuing rounding up of the Jews, Anne's family goes into hiding. They converted their space into a comfortable (but crowded) home by separating bedrooms and filling it with items that reminded them of home. Although they were forced to live in total silence during the day, their evenings were a bit more carefree and filled with games, talk, and listening to the radio. 


The Diary of Anne Frank