This first ever Worksheet Answers for the World Holocaust Memorial Museum includes several questions and answers relating to The Diary of Anne Frank, as well as the worksheet itself. As with the other worksheets, you can also purchase this one and send it in via regular mail, or you can also download it for free from the website.
The questions in question are as follows: “Why do you feel compelled to tell the world about the atrocities committed by the Nazis against the Jews and the other oppressed peoples of Europe?” And “Who influenced you to make a contribution to the cause of freedom?”
The first worksheet answer is for Oprah Elie Wiesel, who has said that he was inspired to write the book about Anne Frank due to his early involvement in anti-Nazi activities during the war. His mother also went to the concentration camps, while Wiesel himself spent time in them. Because of his early experiences, Wiesel felt a strong sense of responsibility to help speak out about what was done to the Jewish people.
He used his experiences in World War II as a way to write the book because he realized how difficult it was to see the sad truths and tragic aspects of the Holocaust. His mother would always encourage him to write and encouraged him to speak out. He continued this by writing about the Holocaust, although it was something that he never dreamed could be done. In fact, he would write for several years, but he never intended on writing a novel or a book.
Another question that Oprah Elie Wiesel was asked is about her writing career. She was asked if she had any of her own stories to share, and she replied that she had written a number of children’s books, including one that was released in Germany. She noted that she was not only a Holocaust survivor, but she was also an orphan herself. She was able to relate this through her writing, and that she has often thought about her own children.
In addition to these worksheet answers, you will find an interview with Oprah Elie Wiesel, as well as some insight into the entire series of worksheets. Some of these include: “The Path to Paradise” – The Diary of Anne Frank; “What We Must Do to Win the War on Terror,” and “What Kind of Peace Are We Looking For?”
In addition to these worksheet answers, you will also find a history of the original worksheets and the book that they contain. You will also find information about the Holocaust Museum, as well as information about the site where these worksheets were originally written. There are also information about the time period in which the worksheets were originally written, and a fact sheet about when they were first made available.
Oprah Elie Wiesel is a great American hero. Her ability to remain completely human in her work, even though she lost many loved ones in the Holocaust, is truly admirable. Her incredible presence of mind during the Holocaust made her a great American hero, and the worksheets that she wrote are a testament to her incredible strength and will to stand up for the things that she believed in.