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Anne Frank, the Diary of a Young Girl
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  • Every day I feel myself maturing, I feel liberation drawing near, I feel the beauty of nature and the goodness of the people around me.
  • Their line of reasoning boils down to this: England must fight, struggle and sacri— fice its sons to liberate Holland and the other occupied countries.
  • Yesterday Churchill, Smuts, Eisenhower and Arnold visited the French villages that the British have captured and liberated.
  • The invasion, liberation and freedom will come someday; yet England, not the occupied territories, will choose the moment.
  • According to Pim and Mr. van Oaan, we’re sure to be liberated before October 10.
  • a swift liberation,
  • A huge commotion in the Annex! Is this really the beginning of the long-awaited liberation?
  • The liberation we’ve all talked so much about, which still seems too good, too much of a fairy tale ever to come true?
  • The camp was liberated by British troops on April 12, 1945.
  • After Auschwitz was liberated by Russian troops, he was repatriated to Amsterdam by way of Odessa and Marseille.
  • Father just got through saying he definitely expects large-scale operations in Russia and Italy, as well as in the West, before May 20; the longer the war lasts, the harder it is to imagine being liberated from this place.
  • Peter van Pels (van Daan) was forced to take part in the January 16, 1945 "death march" from Auschwitz to Mauthausen (Austria), where he died on May 5, 1945, three days before the camp was liberated.

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  • She works to liberate the religious minority from persecution.
  • She is a spokesperson for women’s liberation in that country.

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