ANNE FRANK A HISTORY OF COURAGE, PAIN AND HAPPINESS

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Edmund Burke says:” Evil exists when good men do nothing “.

It has been 80 years of the birth of Anne Frank, that girl who, with their fourteen years, lived the horror of Nazi Germany, the horror of living in an attic, a product of having to escape the Nazi madness, the final solution, complete all Jews.

A June 12, 1929, was born in Bergen Belsen, Lower Saxony, Annelies Marie “Anne” Frank, a German Jewish girl who, during World War II, he moved with his family to Holland, to Amsterdam, where they thought they could live in peace during the war, because Holland always stood apart from the war and hoped that Hitler respected the neutrality of Holland.

When he was thirteen years gave her a diary, which made his friend, in her confessor, where the girl was beginning to turn into a woman, wrote their thoughts, their pain, their emotions, which embodies the horror of war the horror of living in hiding, unable to make noise for fear of being discovered.

Lived there with his family and other people fleeing the final solution since July 9, 1942 to August 3, 1944, when the forces of the Grüne Polizei entered the attic and discovered.
On September 2, 1944 the whole family was moved by train from Westerbork (concentration camp in northeastern Holland) at Auschwitz, a trip that took them three days.
Margot (Anne’s sister) and Anne spent a month in Auschwitz-Birkenau and then were sent to Bergen-Belsen, where he died of typhus in March 1945, shortly before the release.

The only one who survived that madness, that attic of the family was Otto, the father of Anna, when he was liberated by Russian forces used Miep and Elly, who at the time of the attic had protected.
They gave him Anne’s diary and discovers that when MIEP and revealing he had had been taken, she returns to the attic with Elly, her husband, and all are messy and the remnants of things left that Anne’s diary .

This newspaper has meant for many, and for me too, to have read, seeing the horror and fear that lived in that attic, in the Europe of the Second War Mundia, seen from the eyes of an innocent girl did not understand why the members of another race to another religion would have to mean death, contempt for those who lived and thought differently from her, but also joy, hope, the illusion of a girl who falls in love, they felt attracted to a guy who was fighting with his sister, his mother, laugh also that even in the darkest moments.
Hopefully we learned that being different is not a reason to despise the other, nor a reason to denigrate another human being, but to respect beliefs, races, colors, they can do and make this world better.

QUOTES FROM THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK:

” What amazes me is not having given up my hopes, which seemed absurd and impractical. And yet I cling to it despite everything I still believe in the innate goodness of hombre. ”

” Be silent, but can not prevent us to have our own opinions.”

” I dont see there is misery, I see the beauty remains.”

” Since life began, the rule was established: ignore our faults, the increase of others! “

If you want to download full the diary of Anne Frank in spanish click the link below
http://rapidshare.com/files/243707636/DiarioANNEFRANK.pdf

In english you can read in this link

http://fliiby.com/file/41034/dv0top0g47.html

To download the book ” The diary of Anne Frank ” in english

http://rapidshare.com/files/245459276/Frank__Anne_-_The_Diary_of_a_Young_Girl.pdf

The official page of Anne Frank and the organization his father and his second wife created
http://www.annefrank.org/content.asp?pid=1&lid=2

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