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Diary of Anne Frank TEST REVIEW
What does the word conspicuous mean? Noticeable, you can see it well (the yellow stars are conspicuous on their clothing)
What does the word meticulous mean? Neat, has to have everything in place, finicky (Mr. Dussel and Margot are meticulous)
What does the word capitulation mean? Surrender (Queen Wilhelmina capitulated to the Germans when they invaded Holland)
What does the word mercurial mean? Quick changing, fast moving (Anne’s emotions are mercurial)
What does the word animation mean? Liveliness, spirit (Margot tells Anne that she has a lot of animation)
What does the word remorse mean? Regret, wishing you had not done something (Mr. van Daan has remorse over stealing the bread)
What does the word intuition mean? Foreknowledge, hunch, insight (Anne tells her mother that she has some intuition when it comes to Peter)
What does the word apprehension mean? Trepidation, wariness, not sure which way to proceed (the live in apprehension after the thief hears Peter crash to the floor)
In which country does the play take place? Holland
What is the other name for Holland? the Netherlands
In what year does the play begin and end? 1945 after the war
What is the name of the Dutch secretary who finds food for those in the Secret Annex? Miep Gies
Who said the following: “I can’t stay in Amsterdam. It has too many memories for me.” Otto Frank
What prompted the Franks to go into hiding sooner than they expected? Margot received a call-up notice to report to a German work camp
What business was Mr. Frank in prior to the Nazi occupation of Holland? He owned Opekta, which sold spices, herbs, and seasonings.
What was stamped in every Jewish passport? The letter “J”
What is Mr. Dussel’s real name? Fritz Pfeffer
Who gave Anne her diary? Otto Frank
In what language did Anne write her diary? Dutch
Who found the diary after their capture and gave it to Mr. Frank? Miep Gies
Where did the Franks hide? On the top floor of Mr. Frank’s office building
What year did they go into hiding? July 1942
What did Miep have to buy on the black market? Ration books
Who said “This isn’t the black market…This is what we call the white market….helping all of the hundreds and hundreds who are in hiding out in Amsterdam”? Mr. Kraler
Who said, “I never thought I’d live to see the day when a man like Mr. Frank would have to go into hiding.” Mr. Kraler
Who said, “We must burn everything in the stove at night. This is the way we must live until it is over, if we are to survive.” Otto Frank
Who said, “I’m sort of a lone wolf.” Peter van Daan
What was conspicuous (noticeable) on all of the clothing of Jews? The yellow Star of David
Who said, “You can’t throw…? Something they branded you with…? That they made you wear so they could spit on you?” Peter van Daan
Who is described as being “interested in everything, mercurial (changing) in emotions…unabashed (unafraid) when talking to strangers”? Anne Frank
Who said, “You know the way I’m going to think of it here? I’m going to think of it as a boardinghouse. A very peculiar summer boardinghouse…”? Anne Frank
Whose picture is Anne particularly excited to receive? Queen Wilhelmina, who was the queen of Holland at the time of the Dutch capitulation (surrender).
Who said, “There are no walls, there are no bolts, no locks that anyone can put on your mind.” Otto Frank to Anne
What does Anne say she loathes (hates) about her mother? When Edith treats Anne like a baby
Who said, “You are the most intolerable, insufferable (not able to stand) boy I’ve ever met!” Anne Frank to Peter
Who said, “Now is that any way to talk to your little girlfriend?” Petronella van Daan to Peter
What name does Peter call Anne because she talks so much in class? “Mrs. Quack Quack”
What food was eaten in abundance in the Annex? beans
Who first said, “Remember, Mr. So-and-So, remember I’m a lady.” Petronella van Daan
To whom did Anne say indignantly (angrily), “I, rude!”? Mr. van Daan when he told her that she talked too much and she should be more like Margot
Mrs. van Daan had enmity (hatred) for Anne after Anne did what? Spilled milk on her fur coat
Who is described as being in “late fifties, meticulous (picky), finicky…bewildered.” Albert Dussel
Who said, “I’d always thought of myself as Dutch. I was born in Holland. My father was born in Holland, and my grandfather...” Albert Dussel
Why did Anne have to be subdued (calmed down) in the middle of the night? She had a nightmare that the Green Police had found them
Who said “Every night she twists and turns. I don’t sleep. I spend half my night shushing her. And now it’s nightmares!”? Mr. Dussel about Anne
Who said, “We have nothing in common. She doesn’t understand me. Whenever I try to explain my views on life to her, she asks me if I’m constipated.”? Anne to her father (speaking about her mother)
Who said, “No! Not like St. Nicholas! What kind of a Jew are you that you don’t know Hanukkah?”? Petronella van Daan to Mr. Dussel
What did Anne give her father for Hanukkah? An ascot (knitted scarf)
What did Anne give Petronella van Daan for Hanukkah? Shampoo
What did Anne give her mother for Hanukkah? IOU for 10 hours of doing whatever she says
What did Anne give Mr. van Daan for Hanukkah? Two cigarettes
What did Anne give Mr. Dussel for Hanukkah? Ear plugs
What did Anne give Mouschi for Hanukkah? A ball of paper with a string attached
What did Anne give Peter for Hanukkah? Safety razor
What did Anne give Margot for Hanukkah? Crossword puzzle book
After receiving his gifts, what does Peter ostentatiously (showily; wanting to be noticed) do during the Hanukkah celebration? Hides a towel in his coat, pretending it is Mouschi
Who said, “He wants to get rid of that? Put a little milk on it and let the cat lick it off”? Mr. Dussel about Peter’s moustache
Who said, “Don’t tell me! He gets fatter every day! That cat looks better than any of us. Out he goes tonight!”? Mr. van Daan to Peter
What interrupted the Hanukkah celebration? A burglar steals the cash box
After the break-in, which person wanted to buy off the Green Police? Petronella van Daan
Why was Peter forlorn (sad) on New Year’s Day in 1944? Miep said she had not found Mouschi, who had run away
What causes an argument when cutting the cake on New Year’s Day in 1944? Dussel claims that Petronella gives Hermann bigger portions
On New Year’s Day in 1944, what does Mr. van Daan ask Miep to do? Sell Petronella’s fur coat and buy cigarettes
In 1944, what does the warehouseman Carl want? A raise of twenty guilders
Who said, “Any time you want to let off steam, you can come into my room.” Peter
Who told Anne that she has nice eyes and a lot of animation (liveliness)? Margot
Who said, “Mother, I have some intuition (insight, hunch)”? Anne
Who tends to be an inarticulate (unable to speak clearly) speaker? Peter
Who wants to work on a farm some day? Peter
When Anne and Peter are talking in her room, what does Mr. Dussel ineffectually (uselessly) do? Tries to come into the room
Who is secretly stealing from the food safe at night? Hermann van Daan
Who tends to always be disgruntled (displeased; annoyed)? Albert Dussel
Who said, “No! No! No more talk! I want them to leave!”? Edith Frank
What occurred on June 6, 1944? D-Day invasion of the Allies
Where did the Allies forces land on June 6, 1944? On the beaches of Normandy, France
What did the Allies call the 60- mile stretch of fortifications along the French coastline? Atlantic Wall
Besides Mr. van Daan, who was stricken with remorse (regret) after the D-Day celebration? Edith Frank (for yelling at Hermann)
In Act II, Scene 4, Mr. Frank shows apprehension (misgiving; dread) in doing what? Answering the telephone
To what concentration camp in Holland were the Annex members taken after they were found out? Westerbork
To what death camp were the Annex members sent at first? Auschwitz in Poland
Who was the only Annex member to survive? Otto Frank
Which Annex member was gassed to death upon arrival in Auschwitz? Hermann van Daan
Which Annex member was killed at the Neuengamme camp in Germany? Albert Dussel
Which Annex member died at Auschwitz from starvation? Edith Frank
Which Annex member was shipped out of Auschwitz on a Death March and died at the Mauthausen camp in May, 1945? Peter van Daan
Which Annex members died of typhus at Bergen-Belsen? Anne Frank and Margot Frank
For approximately how many years did anti-Semitism exist in Europe? 2,000 years
What was the Diaspora in 63 CE? Forced exile of the Jews from Palestine (Jerusalem)
What book did Hitler write while in prison? Mein Kampf
Which American wrote anti- Semitic articles in his newspaper during the 1930’s? Henry Ford
What was the name of the book that contained 90 Anti-Semitic articles written by Henry Ford? The International Jew
What was the German translation of the book that Henry Ford wrote? The Eternal Jew
What country was established in 1948 to re-establish a Jewish homeland? Israel
Germany, Austria, and Italy were known as what before WWI? Triple Alliance (Central Powers)
England, France, and Russia were known as what before WWI? Triple Entente (Allied Powers)
Who was killed in 1914 by a Syrian student that started WWI? Archduke Ferdinand and his wife Sophie from the Austrian-Hungarian Empire
When did WWI end? November 11, 1918
What treaty was Germany forced to sign at the end of WWI? Treaty of Versailles
The Treaty of Versailles made Germany give up land, pay war damages, not build up its military, and ______? Accept total blame for the war
Hitler called the German politicians who signed the Treaty of Versailles the _____. “November Criminals”
After WWI, Germany suffered from hyper-_____, wiping out the savings of its citizens. Inflation
What political party did Hitler create from the German Worker’s Party? National Socialist German Workers’ Party (NAZI for short) Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartie (NAZI for short)
When was Hitler elected as Chancellor of Germany? 1933
In July, 1933, how many legal political parties existed in Germany? One—the Nazis
What did Hitler call his empire? The Third Reich (Third Empire)
What title did Hitler take? Führer (leader)
What did Hitler call his “master race”? Aryans
In 1938, what was the supposed spontaneous uprising of the German people against the Jews (staged by the SS troops)? Kristallnacht or “Night of Broken Glass”
In 1938, what country did Hitler first invade and attach to Germany? Austria (known as the Anschluss; The Sound of Music movie is about this take-over)
In 1939, what country did Hitler invade that started a war? Poland
Which two countries immediately declared war on Germany? England and France
When did the United States enter World War II? After the bombing of Pearl Harbor by Japan on December 7, 1941 (war declared on December 8, 1941)
Besides Germany, what other two countries were known as the Axis Powers in WWII? Italy and Japan
What was the systematic annihilation of 11,000,000 people under the Nazi regime? The Holocaust
How many European Jews died during the Holocaust? 6 million (out of 9 million)
How many total people died at the hands of the Nazis during the Holocaust? 11,000,000 (11 million)
What do you call a word or phrase that is a “nice” way of saying something that is “bad”? euphemism (eu = good; phem = to appear)
What term described a “Jewish residential quarter” and served to isolate the Jews? ghetto
What was the name of the Nazi’s mobile elite killing squads that murdered people in rural areas? Einzatsgruppen
In 1942, what name is given to the Nazi’s decision to kill every Jew in Europe? Final Solution
Euphemistically, what did “evacuation to the East” mean? Being sent to a death camp in Poland (located to the east of Germany)
How were most prisoners transported to the death camps? By train (cattle cars)
What was the largest death camp in Poland? Auschwitz-Birkenau
The sign outside of Auschwitz said “Arbeit Macht Frei” meaning “___ will set you free.” Work
Upon arrival in a death camp, what was the “First Sort” of prisoners? Men were separated from women
In a death camp, during the Second Sort, which direction by thumb-point would mean “life”? Right was life; death was left
Those chosen for death included sick people, those unable to walk, people who looked 55 or older and ____. Children who looked 15 or younger
How were most Jews killed in the death camps? Gassed to death with Zyklon B insecticide
How were gas chambers disguised? As showers
In what year were most of the death camps liberated (freed)? 1945
What happened on April 30, 1945? Hitler committed suicide
May 8, 1945 is known as ____. VE-Day (Victory in Europe Day)
Simon Wiesenthal said that humanity is threatened when hate is coupled with _____. Technology
Anne said, “In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really ____ at heart.”? good
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