The Diary of Anne Frank is one of the most descriptive accounts of life during the Nazi occupations of the Netherlands. Anne Frank's diary tells how she and her family were able to participate in the Dutch resistance, even though they were in hiding for 25 months. The Nazis had made listening to anything but Nazi news a crime punishable by death. The Franks and Van Daans resist this law by listening to the BBC broadcasts. They also did not read any German books, and they still practiced their own religion.
A huge majority of the Dutch people resisted the Nazis. They printed and distributed underground, anti-Nazi pamphlets, and many of them were caught and killed for doing this.
The radio was the main source of anti Nazi information for the Franks and Van Daans. They were not able to do much to resist the Nazis from their hiding place, but they definitely did all that they could.