FC: ANNE FRANK | "Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow."
1: INEVITABLE CONFLICTS: THEY NEED TO STAY WHERE NAZIS TELL THEM TO STAY, THEY COULD NOT GO OUT AND THEY DO NOT HAVE THE WRIGHT TO DO MANY THINGS
2: They have major restrictions: Like not going outside,don't do lots of thing if not they will get kill, as simple as that.
3: Like branches on a tree, our lives may grow in different directions yet our roots remain as one.
5: How can grasp the enormity of genocide involving 6 million people? its bad because it was alot of people that was killed, inocente people that are the same that us only that juish.
6: ANNE FRANK FAMILY
9: how does 6 million people compare to the population of your school? in highschool in my school there are like 1100. kinder like 400 it dosen't compare with 6 million people.
10: How many football stadiums will be needed to hold six million people?
11: In an stadium like the azteca the one of the picture, 6 million people will fit on 60 azteca stadiums.
12: Anne Frank was a Jewish girl, born June 12, 1929, and lived through the time that Hitler was ruling Germany. Her family escaped to the Netherlands, to start a new life where they could do what they wanted. She had a father, mother, and a sister that was three years older than her. She was in the Netherlands at the time she celebrated her 13th birthday. On that day she received the best present anyone could give her...a diary.
14: Our most treasured family heirlooms are our sweet family memories.
15: Anne had dreams of becoming a writer, and was delighted with her gift. Instead of writing "Dear Diary", like anyone else would, she named her diary. She wrote to Kitty...as she called her diary. She continued writing in her diary two days later. She wrote in it for over two years. That diary became one of the most published books ever, and had been translated into over 60 different languages.
17: Parents | 6 million people in NL: Not even 6 million feet in NL so there you can see that that amount is exagerate, the kill alot inocent people
19: Our Ancestors
20: Parents | Grandparents | Great Grandparents