FC: Remembering my lovely daughter, Anne | And the man that destroyed her
1: 1929 | My beautiful daughter Anne was born
2: 1929 | Nazis were against the young plan, tried to stop it | It didn't seem like anything to be alarmed about
3: 1935 | In a blink of an eye our rights had been taken away | Weren't we just as good as anyone else?
4: 1938 | Life for us Jews is crumbling | People started wrecking everything that was special to us
5: 1941 | I don't know who could have built such terror in the form of camps | But they were built all the same
6: As a present to my Anne she got a diary | 1942
7: I took my family somewhere I thought they would be safe | I took them into hiding | 1942
8: 1942-1944 | My colleagues, my friends | I owe everything to them | Miep Gies | Elisabeth Voskuijl
9: 1944 | I don't know how | But they found us...
10: 1944 | I wish I could have gone with them, my daughters | i wish I could have told them everything was alright
11: 1945 | Why had they not been saved? Where were the troops when my daughters needed them!?
12: 1945 | Finally they came.. | they saved many lives, but not the ones I wanted saved
13: 1945 | Not only had the allies saved us | They won the war as well
14: 1952 | My Anne's diary was seen and read by nearly everyone | Even though she is gone, people will always remember her
15: Anne You will be remembered always Through knowledge and memories you will never fade alone you may be But find peace knowing your story has been told passed on never forgotten you will be