BC: Made By: Fermin Maisterrena
FC: Genocide Book Project | Anne Frank
3: Inevitable Conflicts. - Hiding for several years with people who are basically strangers and with very little space.
5: Major restrictions on noise, and no opportunity to go outside.. 1)Having no extra supplies 2)Not being able to have fun outside 3)Having no friends 4)Being all alone for many time
6: How can you grasp the enormity of genocide involving six million people?
7: Six million people would be compare to 2985 times the population of my school
8: It would take 183 football stadiums (Tec Stadium) to hold six million people.
9: It would take 11,450 Boeing 747-400s to hold six million people
10: It would take 953 Oasis of the Seas boats to hold 6 million people
11: It would take 1.6 time the population of Monterrey t hold 6 million people
12: It would take 12,000 trains (500 persons) to hold 6 million people
13: It would take 200,000 buses (30 persons) to hold 6 million people
14: Anne Frank's Biography Anne Frank was born as Annelies Marie Frank on June 12, 1929. She was born in Frankfurt am Main. Anne lived in Amsterdam since 1933, when the Nazis gained power in Germany. In 1940 her family was trapped in Amsterdam, due to the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. In July 1942, the family went into hiding in the Secret Annex for two years. The Secret Annex were the secret rooms that her father had in his office building.
15: During the time they were in hiding, Anne kept a diary on which she wrote daily about what she experienced. Two years later, the Nazis found out about the family and sent them to concentration camps. Both Anne Frank and her sister Margot died from typhus in the Bergen-Belsen Camp on March 1945. Otto Frank was the only survivor of the family. He found Anne’s diary and got it published in 1947.