Anne of course her journal)she would love to read

Anne Frank was an upstander during WW2 mainly because she recorded her acts during the holocaust, and this made her well known after the journal was published by her father. Anne Frank lived in germany for the first 10 years of her life before Nazis took over Germany in the beginning of WW2. This caused her family to move to the Netherlands in hope of not being put in a concentration camp. This made life harder for her and her family as the war progressed on until on her 13th birthday she was gifted her journal. This gave her free time to write whatever she wanted until 2 weeks later where she heard that the Nazis had invaded the Netherlands to capture jews and take them to concentration camps. Her and her family took this to consideration and prepared for it by hiding in a bunker prepared by her family for this situation. They then went into hiding waiting for this to be over. Over the time that they had been growing board so, Anne starts to record her experiences in her journal. She would talk about her family, her living, what she would be doing like looking out the window and watching time pass by. She would often talk about a tree that she looks at out the window to tell the seasons. This was her way of also passing time and keeping track of the weather from windy, raining, summer, winter, autumn, spring, ext. Tis was one of her few ways of passing time some over examples would include, reading, writing, playing with siblings, and about 1 or 2 more things that I can remember. Her books were one of the 2 things she enjoyed most(that and of course her journal)she would love to read as it kept her busy and relaxed. She would often read novels as they interested her the most. Her siblings and friends were also with her as they would provide a way to keep them busy. They would play things from writing games, to throwing balls around, to playing hand games. She lived a happy and quiet life for 2 years until a person betrayed her and her family for unknown reasons. This would be the last anyone would hear of Anne Frank and her family until the end of the war. After being sent to concentration camps they suffered the same treatment other Jews did when they were there. They had lived poorly in concentration camps for an unknown amount of time. She, her sister, and her mother were soon separated from their family after arriving