On July 9, 1942 the Frank family entered into the building that housed the business that employed Mr. Frank. The rooms were on top of the warehouse floor and where it was named the “The Secret Annex.” The family was then accompanied several days later by the Van Daan family. This family consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Van Daan and their son Peter, Peter was a little older than Anne.
These two families attempt to get on with each other as best they can, of course, not most are pleased with the current predicament. Anne feels as if everything she is doing are blatant excuses for the adults to use to criticize her. The group decides to create area for another refugee for the crisis taking place against jews, Mr. Dussel. He's a tooth doctor, whose spouse is in America. he's suggested by Miep, an adult female who worked for Mr. Frank as a representative. There are a number of individuals devoted to helping the families survive within the 'Secret Annex', they embody Miep and her husband Henk, Elli, and Mr. Koophuis. There also are others people in Mr Frank's business that are willing to fulfill support in small in assurance to help them in their time of need.
Anne and her mother don't get on together in any respect. Anne on top of that feels as if she cannot behave in any given manner that please anyone in attendance of the “Secret Annex. Her state of affairs together with her mother involves a prayer one night as Mrs. Frank asks Anne if she, rather than Mr. Frank, will say Anne's prayers together with her. Anne refuses her mother's request. Her mother tells Anne that she's going to force her to not like her at all.
The war is generally exacting a toll on everybody. The people providing help to the families within the “Secret Annex” are getting sick. this can be a twofold downside as a result of their predicament that made them take desperate measures. Another part of this can be if the helpers are fed up then the families won’t seem to be able to receive food and different requirements for survival.
They are additionally being overrun with burglaries at the building. many times burglars have tried and nearly succeeded to breach into the building. The concern is that they might hear the families and report them to the Gestapo leading to everybody being evicted to the concentration camps. So at this point times are starting to look grim for the families.
On Sept ten, 1943 Anne records in her diary the autumn in Amsterdam. This brings joy to those living in the Netherlands and also the world. this suggests the war is inching closer to its finish.
The Van Daan's are out of money; their sole hope is to sell a number of their articles of clothing. the matter is Mrs. Van Daan doesn’t want to sell her prized coat. The coat might herald a worth a vital abundant required money for the family, however she needs to hold on to that. Mr. Van Daan convinces her to sell it in order that the family will have cash to shop for food and different requirements.
As the war continues on and Anne finds out more and more Jews are being sent to concentration camps, she has a problem coping with her emotions. She is extremely happy to be safe and free from having to travel to the camps; she is feeling guilty for this same safety as she is aware of her friends don't have this same secure feeling. The mass of invasions by land are causes for more anxiety between Anne and the others. They are not understanding what's going to happen to them if they invade more land. Will the Germans attempt to flood the town endangering the lives of everybody?
Anne is additionally in want of a relationship so she chooses Peter Van Daan to be that person. She chooses Peter as a result of preference that he is quiet and she feels he can keep her secrets for her. This relationship becomes complicated as her feelings for Peter vary between friends and a realistic relationship.
Finally on June 6th, 1944 the invasion happens. The day of the month invasion may be a supply of great joy for everybody. Would liberation be imminent as their saviors have landed, there is hope that they will be able to leave in October 1944.
Anne's final diary entry is regarding her 2 selves, the outer self that is cheerful and outgoing and also the inner self which tries to be additional serious and become a stronger person.
This diary shows the isolation of these people living within the 'Secret Annex'. It explores the emotions of Anne as she starts to mature. we have a tendency to are left with the sensation of really knowing these folks, that makes their fate even more inexcusable to simply accept.