Memories of Anne Frank: Reflections of a Childhood Friend

Memories of Anne Frank: Reflections of a Childhood Friend

by Alison Leslie Gold
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Memories of Anne Frank 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved this book it really helped me learn how people suffered back then. I hope many people enjoy or enjoyed this book as much as I did.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Holocaust was one of the biggest mass-murders ever Jewish people in Europe were becoming endangered. It was World War II and the Nazis were invading Holland. Hannah Goslar¿s friend Anne Frank had all of the sudden disappeared rumors were she was going to Switzerland. Hannah got sent to camps all over Europe, and had a short reunion with Anne at one, but after that Anne was never seen again. Hannah then got sent on a train but on the way the Germans surrendered and the war was over. Memories of Anne Frank is a touching book about Jewish life in World War II. I like Memories of Anne Frank because it gives a full picture of life for Jewish people during World War II. When the author tells about the barracks it seemed as if I was there at the time. The barracks were crowded, flea-infested, and cold. The bunks there were small and uncomfortable. The people barely got any food people were starving to death. When Hannah was on the train going to Theresienstadt it seemed horrible they had no food or water for three days straight and Hannah had typhus. There were dead people all around her. When the war was over, I could practically see the smiling from everyone to be free from Germany. In Memories of Anne Frank I liked the happy ending. At the end, the Germans surrendered and all of the Jewish people aboard the train were free. Mr. Frank came and took Hannah so she could fly to Switzerland to fully recover from typhus. Hannah¿s neighbor gives her a photo album that has all her childhood memories in it. The last reason I like Memories of Anne Frank is that Hannah Goslar told the author about her new life. Memories of Anne Frank is a primary source so the information is correct. There are not many books where the person being written about is there and that¿s what makes this book unique. Memories of Anne Frank describes being a Jewish person in World War II in a detailed but clear way. It¿s a great book about finding ways out of hardships.