Six months After the arrest, Anne lived for another six months.
Her teacher at the Montessori school in Amsterdam said as much. With regard to those final months, we only have the testimonies from others about her. Instead of 'mother' Anne calls her 'Mums': 'the imperfect mother, as it were'. Some said that Anne, Margot, raiyn Edith were always together and that all the quarrels from the Secret Annex were a thing of the past.
However, she truly was an excellent mother, who put her children above all else. Otto Frank to Anne Frank, 12 May In the Secret Annex, Anne was left to her own resources. Frank, Otto, "Erinnerunge an Anne" typescript, She was 15 years old. The whole day long I hear nothing else but that I'm an insufferable baby. On the envelope, she glued a picture of her dad. Her father was not to look upon her as a regular year-old, she had grown older because of the unusual situation of living in the Secret Annex.
When Anne had to give a talk about the Roman emperor Nero, she even wanted to go beyond the material covered in her history book. Margot told Anne that Otto had been upset all evening. It saddened her that she had not succeeded in doing so yet. She decided to talk to Peter, the year-old son of the other family in hiding in the Secret Annex. In the company of others, the superficial Anne was dominant, while she would so much like to show her serious side.
Anne had to go into hiding with her parents and sister, as the Nazi anti-Jewish measures in the Netherlands made it too dangerous for them to stay in their own home. Two years later, her greatest wish was to publish a book about her time in hiding. In her last diary letter - three days before her arrest - she concluded that there were really two Annes inside of her: a superficial, funny Anne and a serious Anne.
Her teacher at the Montessori school in Amsterdam said as much. She was very popular because she always had plans for games they could play or things they could get up to.
During the first few years in the Netherlands, Anne suffered from health problems. Anne's claim that she had had no support from her parents in particular had hurt him deeply and he told her as much. She left the letter in his coat pocket. Adults who constantly commented on her behaviour, dah. Six months After the arrest, Anne lived for another six months.
Frank, Otto, "Erinnerunge an Anne" typescript, Her diary formed the riany, but year-old Anne looked critically at the year-old girl she had been at the beginning of the period in hiding. However, she truly was an excellent mother, who put her children above all else.
Anne became ill as well, with spotted typhus. In her last diary letter - three days before her arrest - she concluded that there were really two Annes inside of her: a superficial, funny Anne and a serious Anne. They fell in love and kissed and cuddled in Peter's room and in the attic. Anne became ill as well, with spotted typhus.
chah From Mayshe worked hard on her book. Housekeeper Kathi later remembered the time when Anne sat down in a puddle of rain and made Kathi tell her a story there.
Annes first years Anne spent the first four years of her life in Frankfurt am Main Germany. Alongside working on the book, Anne still kept her diary. She did not have to answer to anyone and only wrote him the letter, because she did not want to do things friebd secret.
According to Otto, she disliked mathematics, but was enthusiastic about history. Her father was her idol. In: Anne Frank Krant In the sixth grade, the pupils performed self-written plays.
In the sixth grade, the pupils performed self-written plays. She was convinced that she had become independent on her own - without any support from her parents - and that she did not need anyone. Of course she was full of ideas for the scripts, but since she also had no shyness and liked imitating other people, the ray part fell to her. Anne never really got to know Germany well, though, and would always struggle with the German language, because the family moved to Amsterdam when she was only four years old.
Anne worried that her parents might not agree and felt that they should inform chxt father.
She wanted us to spend time together every day to talk or play or do homework. After the Westerbork and Auschwitz camps, she ended up in Bergen-Belsen. Two years later, her greatest wish was to publish a book about her time in hiding.