by Kimberly L. Koehler
My hero is Annelise Marie Frank, you might also know her as Anne Frank. Anne Frank lived in an attic during World War 2. She wrote in her diary every day
My hero is Annelise Marie Frank, you might also know her as Anne Frank. Anne Frank lived in an attic during World War 2. She wrote in her diary every day and a family took care of her throughout World War 2. She lived all over in many countries like, Bergen-Belsen Concentration camp, Frankfurt, Anne Frank House, and Auschwitz concentration camp. When Anne Frank died she was in Frankfurt. Annelise Marie Frank is important to me, because she survived World War 2, but soon died from Typhus Fever. When Annelise Frank died someone found her diary and rewrote it and published it.
Anne Frank was my hero, because when I first found out what she did in World War 2 I was really surprised someone could do that. I’ve read the book, and researched her, I’ve also done a project on her. Annelise was a role model for so many people. She was taken by a family of slaves that escaped and she lived in the attic with them instead. She was an amazing person, and role model, too.
Anne Frank became famous after she died, around this time and she had books after her and when people studied her they kept the information and made a book out of it and sent it to publishers and they published it after weeks and months of fixing the mistakes. Just imagine what Anne Frank went through. I can’t even imagine. Annelise Marie Frank was a really brave woman for hiding and doing what she did, for all she knew she could have gotten killed by those people but they were nice enough not to.
Her life in World War 2 was a rough time. She lived in an attic and had to hide the whole time. Annelise Marie Frank was living in the attic, which would be too small for me and probably most people would be claustrophobic. I have no idea how she lived there for 25 months, which is equivalent to 2 years 1 month. That would be too long for me to stay in hiding, especially in a destructive war.