I think that Anne holds more sympathy and loyalty to her father than to her mother. It seems to me that the relationship between Anne and her mother is representative of a typical adolescent relationship. This becomes very distinctive when looking at the time period in which the diary takes place. Adolescence is present, even in the most inhuman of times. Anne's spirit of independent identity comes into conflict with her mother's traditionalist view of what it means to be both a woman and a child. This conflict is where Anne views her mother differently. I think that there is a more tolerant view of her father presented, but she does feel that both of them do not have a full grasp of the emerging identity that Anne undergoes throughout the course of her diary entries.