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S: Anne Frank's Biography

BC: By: Annelie Ruther #22 8B

FC: Anne Frank | By: Annelie Ruther

1: One of the conflicts was that they needed to live in a small room along with another family. | Where they lived

2: Conflict | Another conflict was that they had to live in that little space with another family for a long time with very little food.

4: Anne Frank's Family

5: They shared the room with other families like the Van Peels family and later Fritz Pfeffer.

6: Anne Frank's Diary | Anne Frank started to write on her diary two days after her 13th birthday, a diary which she is most known for.

8: "And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years." - Abraham Lincoln

9: Anne Frank wrote her diary throughout the years that she was in hiding until August 4th, her last entry and then the police found her and she and her family were taken to concentration camps.

10: How can you grasp the enormity of genocide including six million people? | Comparing the genocide to my school you would need 3,000 of my school.

11: The Rungrado May Day Stadium can hold 150,000 people and compared to the genocide you would need 40 stadium.

12: Compared to the A380, which can carry 850 people, there must be 7,050 planes so it can be the same to the genocide.

13: Compared to the 150,000 people that can fit in Disney you would need 40 times that.

14: Freedom of the Seas cruise can hold 6,000 people on board which compared to the genocide there should be 1,000 times the cruise.

15: New York City holds 225,000 people which to be the same as the genocide it would be 26.6 times.

16: The 2012 Olympic Stadium can hold 80,000 people, while the genocide was 6,000,000. That would be 75 times the 2012 Olympic Stadium.

17: This book that you have read has held information about the life of Anne Frank, her story, and after all she's been through she wrote this in her diary. "Despite everything, I believe that people are really good at heart." - Anne Frank

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