In Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl, what effect has the Nazi occupation had on Anne's family?
In the diary entry dated "Saturday, 20 June, 1942," Anne gives a brief history of her family. She starts by discussing when her parents met and got married, when she and Margot were born, and what different companies her father has worked for. Then she talks about the results of the Dutch capitulation to the Nazis in May of 1940. Everything changed for Jews in Holland once the Nazis took over. She remembers "Anti-Jewish decrees" came one right after another at that time. First, Jews had to wear yellow stars; then, they had to stop riding...
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