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  • ANNE FRANK

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    ACTIVITY BOOK

    A collection of activities inviting you to learn more about Anne’s story,

    the Holocaust and the devastating impact of prejudice and discrimination.

    For young people aged up to 13 years old

  • B. THE FRANK FAMILY

    A. KEY WORDS

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    Relation to Anne:

    "My father, the most adorable father I've ever seen, didn't marry my

    mother until he was thirty-six and she was twenty-five.” Anne Frank

    Anne Frank was a young girl who had her whole life in front of her. Along with millions of

    others, and through no fault of her own, she faced an uncertain future.

    Anne

    Sister

    N a

    m e

    :

    What was Anne’s birth name?

    Where was Anne born?

    Which religion did they belong to?

    The systematic and brutal murder of around

    6 million Jews during World War Two.

    Unfairly treating a person or group

    differently because of who they are.

    A mistaken idea that people have about what

    someone is like, especially a group of people.

    Having an opinion about someone without

    knowing all the facts.

    HOLOCAUST

    DISCRIMINATION

    PREJUDICE

    STEREOTYPE

    Link the keywords with the correct definition.

    Complete the information

    ACTION

    1. Find some examples of discrimination and stereotyping.

    2. Start a discussion with someone and chat about why prejudice happens.

  • C. CRISIS IN GERMANY

    In 1918 World War One ended. Germany was defeated and had to

    take full responsibility for g the war. This led to the Treaty

    of Versailles. . Germany had to pay $6.6 billion in reparations,

    which made them bankrupt. Money became worthless, leading

    to lots of problems and much anger from the German people.

    D. HITLER’S RISE TO POWER

    Who did Hitler blame for starting the war?

    What percentage of the vote did the Nazi party achieve which made them

    the biggest party in Germany?

    As a percentage, how many Jews lived in Germany around 1932?

    20% 33% 45%

    Less than 1% Around 25% More than 60%

    19

    $

    Find out how Hitler used stereotypes to get his message across.

    The world around me collapsed. I had to face the consequences

    and though this did hurt me deeply I realized that Germany

    was not the world... Otto Frank

    Germany enters uncertain times after the war. More and more people are drawn to anti-

    democratic parties, and political differences are fought on the streets.

    Fill in the missing information

    Select the correct answer

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    Christians German army Jews

  • As early as 1932, a group of Stormtroopers (Brownshirts) are marching

    by, singing: “When Jewish blood splashes off the knife.” Otto Frank

    YOUR TASK Write a letter to Edith telling her about what has happened, expressing

    your concerns and sharing with her how you’re feeling about staying in Germany.

    Dear Edith,

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    Yours, Otto

    Otto served as a soldier and fought for Germany during World War 1, and won an

    Iron Cross for courage and bravery. Imagine you were Otto hearing this song for the

    first time. Your family has lived in Germany for generations, and you have a young

    family. You don’t know how bad things will get under the Nazis, but you are starting

    to get concerned for your family’s safety. How might you feel? What thoughts would

    have gone through your head?

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