Anne Frank Afterword - 3/19

Anne Frank Afterword - 3/19

In the comments section to this post, write down five things you learned from pages 269-277.

5 comments (Add your own)

1. Sara Castillon wrote:
- Holland has a queen.

- Anne attended Montessori School.

- I never knew anything about the Slavs.

- The people of Germany didn't become a republic
until after WWI.

- There were two different police groups, the Storm
Troopers and the Gestapo.

Mon, March 19, 2018 @ 1:18 PM

2. Shaun Dalzell wrote:
1) Who the people in particular were with the Frank's as they hid.
2) That as a small child her life was very good, the Nazi's haven't invaded them yet.
3) In 1941 over 6 million Jews were murdered.
4) That the Germans were defeated in WW1.
5) That Adolf Hitler was a house painter before he became the leader of Germany.

Mon, March 19, 2018 @ 1:21 PM

3. Chloe wrote:
1: Apparently one of the people hiding in the secret annex with the Franks was a dentist!
2: I had no idea that some Polish, Czechoslovakian, and Russians were killed along with the Jews...
3: I never knew that Anne attended Montessori School.
4: Storm Troopers are actually a police group!
5: I had no idea about the Slavs.

Mon, March 19, 2018 @ 1:22 PM

4. LIZ LEE wrote:
Things I learned about:
-The treaty of Versailles
-Hitler went after other races/religions too
-About six million died
-Hitler banned everything used for communication
-Jews were forbidden to marry or employ Aryans

Mon, March 19, 2018 @ 1:26 PM

5. Samantha wrote:
1) I didn't know that the Germans were forced to sign the Treaty of Versailles or be invaded.

2) I didn't know that Hitler had signed a non-aggression pact with Stalin but attacked them anyway. (UNTRUSTWORTHY!)

3) I didn't know that for awhile the Franks were separated when the moved then joined back together later on.

4) I also didn't know that they summoned only Margot to be deported and not the rest of her family. (why only Margot? what about the rest of her family?)

5)I didn't know that the Franks had gone into hiding when Germany was at its peak of its conquests.

Mon, March 19, 2018 @ 1:28 PM

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