History Literature / TheDiaryOfAYoungGirl

3rd May '16 5:01:05 PM LupineMoon
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* BiTheWay: There are passages in the unabridged edition where Anne admits to being excited by the female body and asks to feel a friend's breasts. As mentioned below, these were cut from the original publication, though quite likely as much due to the {{Squick}} factor of her being a preteen at the time as due to squeamishness about bisexuality.

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* BiTheWay: There are passages in the unabridged edition where Anne admits to being excited by the female body and asks to feel a friend's breasts. As mentioned below, these were cut from the original publication, though quite likely as much due to the {{Squick}} factor of her being a preteen in her early teens at the time as due to squeamishness about bisexuality.
24th Apr '16 8:27:35 AM Eievie
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One of the most famous and memorable accounts of UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and UsefulNotes/TheHolocaust, ''The Diary of a Young Girl'' or ''Het Achterhuis'' in the original Dutch, was the title given to the edited version of the diaries of Anne Frank (1929 - 1945), a German Jewish school girl living in Amsterdam. In 1942, Anne was given a diary notebook for her 13th birthday. By that point, [[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany Germany had already invaded]] and occupied the Netherlands for two years. At first, the Franks tried to live out the occupation, but as UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler's genocidal intentions began to show, Anne's father Otto built a secret shelter in the building where he worked. (By that point, the borders were closed and travel for Jews was so tightly regulated that leaving Amsterdam would have been impossible.) On 6 July 1942, Anne's sister Margot received relocation orders to enter a "[[BlatantLies work]]" camp and the Franks, along with the Van Pels family and another Jewish friend, immediately moved into the Secret Annex.

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One of the most famous and memorable accounts of UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and UsefulNotes/TheHolocaust, ''The Diary of a Young Girl'' or ''Het Achterhuis'' in the original Dutch, was the title given to the edited version of the diaries of Anne Frank (1929 - 1945), a German Jewish school girl living in Amsterdam. In 1942, Anne was given a diary notebook for her 13th birthday. By that point, [[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany Germany had already invaded]] and occupied the Netherlands for two years. At first, the Franks tried to live out the occupation, but as UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler's genocidal intentions began to show, Anne's father Otto built a secret shelter in the building where he worked. (By that point, the borders were closed and travel for Jews was so tightly regulated that leaving Amsterdam would have been impossible.) On 6 July 1942, Anne's sister Margot received relocation orders to enter a "[[BlatantLies work]]" [[BlatantLies "work"]] camp and the Franks, along with the Van Pels family and another Jewish friend, immediately moved into the Secret Annex.



* BiTheWay: There are passages in the unabridged edition where Frank admits to being excited by the female body and asks to feel a friend's breasts. As mentioned below, these were cut from the original publication, though quite likely as much due to the {{Squick}} factor of her being a preteen at the time as due to squeamishness about bisexuality.

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* BiTheWay: There are passages in the unabridged edition where Frank Anne admits to being excited by the female body and asks to feel a friend's breasts. As mentioned below, these were cut from the original publication, though quite likely as much due to the {{Squick}} factor of her being a preteen at the time as due to squeamishness about bisexuality.



* ParentsAsPeople: Anne wrote about her difficult relationship with her mother--compounded by the fact that they were all cooped up together and, well, Anne ''was'' thirteen or fourteen--but also regretted it: "I said to myself, 'Anne, is that really you talking about hate? Oh, Anne, how could you?'" Ultimately it came down to a simple personality clash, and later the two grew closer.

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* ParentsAsPeople: Anne wrote about her difficult relationship with her mother--compounded by the fact that they were all cooped up together and, well, Anne ''was'' thirteen 13 or fourteen--but 14--but also regretted it: "I said to myself, 'Anne, is that really you talking about hate? Oh, Anne, how could you?'" Ultimately it came down to a simple personality clash, and later the two grew closer.



* WhoWouldWantToWatchUs: In an early entry (June 20, 1942) Anne writes: "it seems to me that neither I - nor for that matter anyone else - will be interested in the unbosomings of a thirteen-year-old schoolgirl."

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* WhoWouldWantToWatchUs: In an early entry (June 20, 1942) Anne writes: "it seems to me that neither I - nor I--nor for that matter anyone else - will else--will be interested in the unbosomings of a thirteen-year-old 13-year-old schoolgirl."
20th Mar '16 3:28:34 PM CJCroen1393
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** To be fair, her father was also one of the original editors, and it seems unlikely that he'd want so many private thoughts from his daughter to be out in the open like that.
11th Feb '16 6:44:52 AM Kythereia
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* DeadpanSnarker: Anne gets her good share in.


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* ParentsAsPeople: Anne wrote about her difficult relationship with her mother--compounded by the fact that they were all cooped up together and, well, Anne ''was'' thirteen or fourteen--but also regretted it: "I said to myself, 'Anne, is that really you talking about hate? Oh, Anne, how could you?'" Ultimately it came down to a simple personality clash, and later the two grew closer.
13th Jan '16 3:32:17 PM Aquila89
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Only Otto Frank survived Auschwitz and returned to Amsterdam. Miep Gies managed to save all of Anne's papers from the ransacked house. It was published in 1950, and has never left the public consciousness since. If you pull someone out of a crowd and ask them to name a Holocaust victim, you'll probably get Anne Frank.

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Only Otto Frank survived Auschwitz and returned to Amsterdam. Miep Gies managed to save all of Anne's papers from the ransacked house. It was first published in 1950, Dutch in 1947 and translated to English in 1952, and has never left the public consciousness since. If you pull someone out of a crowd and ask them to name a Holocaust victim, you'll probably get Anne Frank.
11th Jan '16 6:22:07 PM Prfnoff
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One of the most famous and memorable accounts of UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and UsefulNotes/TheHolocaust, '''''The Diary of a Young Girl''''' or ''Het Achterhuis'' in the original Dutch, was the title given to the edited version of the diaries of Anne Frank (1929 - 1945), a German Jewish school girl living in Amsterdam. In 1942, Anne was given a diary notebook for her 13th birthday. By that point, [[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany Germany had already invaded]] and occupied the Netherlands for two years. At first, the Franks tried to live out the occupation, but as UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler's genocidal intentions began to show, Anne's father Otto built a secret shelter in the building where he worked. (By that point, the borders were closed and travel for Jews was so tightly regulated that leaving Amsterdam would have been impossible.) On 6 July 1942, Anne's sister Margot received relocation orders to enter a "[[BlatantLies work]]" camp and the Franks, along with the Van Pels family and another Jewish friend, immediately moved into the Secret Annex.

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One of the most famous and memorable accounts of UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and UsefulNotes/TheHolocaust, '''''The ''The Diary of a Young Girl''''' Girl'' or ''Het Achterhuis'' in the original Dutch, was the title given to the edited version of the diaries of Anne Frank (1929 - 1945), a German Jewish school girl living in Amsterdam. In 1942, Anne was given a diary notebook for her 13th birthday. By that point, [[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany Germany had already invaded]] and occupied the Netherlands for two years. At first, the Franks tried to live out the occupation, but as UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler's genocidal intentions began to show, Anne's father Otto built a secret shelter in the building where he worked. (By that point, the borders were closed and travel for Jews was so tightly regulated that leaving Amsterdam would have been impossible.) On 6 July 1942, Anne's sister Margot received relocation orders to enter a "[[BlatantLies work]]" camp and the Franks, along with the Van Pels family and another Jewish friend, immediately moved into the Secret Annex.
27th Dec '15 8:42:07 PM Exxolon
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One of the most famous and memorable accounts of UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and UsefulNotes/TheHolocaust, ''The Diary of a Young Girl'' or ''Het Achterhuis'' in the original Dutch, was the title given to the edited version of the diaries of Anne Frank (1929 - 1945), a German Jewish school girl living in Amsterdam. In 1942, Anne was given a diary notebook for her 13th birthday. By that point, [[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany Germany had already invaded]] and occupied the Netherlands for two years. At first, the Franks tried to live out the occupation, but as UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler's genocidal intentions began to show, Anne's father Otto built a secret shelter in the building where he worked. (By that point, the borders were closed and travel for Jews was so tightly regulated that leaving Amsterdam would have been impossible.) On 6 July 1942, Anne's sister Margot received relocation orders to enter a "[[BlatantLies work]]" camp and the Franks, along with the Van Pels family and another Jewish friend, immediately moved into the Secret Annex.

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One of the most famous and memorable accounts of UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and UsefulNotes/TheHolocaust, ''The '''''The Diary of a Young Girl'' Girl''''' or ''Het Achterhuis'' in the original Dutch, was the title given to the edited version of the diaries of Anne Frank (1929 - 1945), a German Jewish school girl living in Amsterdam. In 1942, Anne was given a diary notebook for her 13th birthday. By that point, [[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany Germany had already invaded]] and occupied the Netherlands for two years. At first, the Franks tried to live out the occupation, but as UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler's genocidal intentions began to show, Anne's father Otto built a secret shelter in the building where he worked. (By that point, the borders were closed and travel for Jews was so tightly regulated that leaving Amsterdam would have been impossible.) On 6 July 1942, Anne's sister Margot received relocation orders to enter a "[[BlatantLies work]]" camp and the Franks, along with the Van Pels family and another Jewish friend, immediately moved into the Secret Annex.
31st Jul '15 3:17:55 PM phoenix
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One of the most famous and memorable accounts of UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and UsefulNotes/TheHolocaust, ''The Diary of a Young Girl'' or ''Het Achterhuis'' in the original Dutch, was the title given to the edited version of the diaries of Anne Frank (1929 - 1945), a German Jewish school girl living in Amsterdam. In 1942, Anne was given a diary notebook for her 13th birthday. By that point, [[NaziGermany Germany had already invaded]] and occupied the Netherlands for two years. At first, the Franks tried to live out the occupation, but as UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler's genocidal intentions began to show, Anne's father Otto built a secret shelter in the building where he worked. (By that point, the borders were closed and travel for Jews was so tightly regulated that leaving Amsterdam would have been impossible.) On 6 July 1942, Anne's sister Margot received relocation orders to enter a "[[BlatantLies work]]" camp and the Franks, along with the Van Pels family and another Jewish friend, immediately moved into the Secret Annex.

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One of the most famous and memorable accounts of UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and UsefulNotes/TheHolocaust, ''The Diary of a Young Girl'' or ''Het Achterhuis'' in the original Dutch, was the title given to the edited version of the diaries of Anne Frank (1929 - 1945), a German Jewish school girl living in Amsterdam. In 1942, Anne was given a diary notebook for her 13th birthday. By that point, [[NaziGermany [[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany Germany had already invaded]] and occupied the Netherlands for two years. At first, the Franks tried to live out the occupation, but as UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler's genocidal intentions began to show, Anne's father Otto built a secret shelter in the building where he worked. (By that point, the borders were closed and travel for Jews was so tightly regulated that leaving Amsterdam would have been impossible.) On 6 July 1942, Anne's sister Margot received relocation orders to enter a "[[BlatantLies work]]" camp and the Franks, along with the Van Pels family and another Jewish friend, immediately moved into the Secret Annex.
25th Jun '15 10:35:33 AM Morgenthaler
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18th May '15 9:02:26 AM Morgenthaler
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One of the most famous and memorable accounts of WorldWarII and the Holocaust, ''The Diary of a Young Girl'' or ''Het Achterhuis'' in the original Dutch, was the title given to the edited version of the diaries of Anne Frank (1929 - 1945), a German Jewish school girl living in Amsterdam. In 1942, Anne was given a diary notebook for her 13th birthday. By that point, [[NaziGermany Germany had already invaded]] and occupied the Netherlands for two years. At first, the Franks tried to live out the occupation, but as UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler's genocidal intentions began to show, Anne's father Otto built a secret shelter in the building where he worked. (By that point, the borders were closed and travel for Jews was so tightly regulated that leaving Amsterdam would have been impossible.) On 6 July 1942, Anne's sister Margot received relocation orders to enter a "[[BlatantLies work]]" camp and the Franks, along with the Van Pels family and another Jewish friend, immediately moved into the Secret Annex.

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One of the most famous and memorable accounts of WorldWarII UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and the Holocaust, UsefulNotes/TheHolocaust, ''The Diary of a Young Girl'' or ''Het Achterhuis'' in the original Dutch, was the title given to the edited version of the diaries of Anne Frank (1929 - 1945), a German Jewish school girl living in Amsterdam. In 1942, Anne was given a diary notebook for her 13th birthday. By that point, [[NaziGermany Germany had already invaded]] and occupied the Netherlands for two years. At first, the Franks tried to live out the occupation, but as UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler's genocidal intentions began to show, Anne's father Otto built a secret shelter in the building where he worked. (By that point, the borders were closed and travel for Jews was so tightly regulated that leaving Amsterdam would have been impossible.) On 6 July 1942, Anne's sister Margot received relocation orders to enter a "[[BlatantLies work]]" camp and the Franks, along with the Van Pels family and another Jewish friend, immediately moved into the Secret Annex.



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