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Nazi
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Anne Frank, the Diary of a Young Girl
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  • We’d tell them we were in hiding; if they were good people, we’d be safe, and if they were Nazi sympathizers, we could try to bribe them!
  • Unless you’re a Nazi, you don’t know what’s going to happen to you from one day to the next.
  • Mussert* [* The leader of the Dutch National Socialist (Nazi) Party] has announced that if the invasion reaches Holland, he’ll enlist.
  • It’s 1941, and it doesn’t take her long to discover Hans’s Nazi sympathies, and since Cady is deeply concerned with the plight of the Jews and of her friend Marianne, they begin drifting apart.

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  • There are still racists who call themselves Nazis today.
  • I’ve made many mistakes in my life, but not joining the Nazi Party isn’t one of them.
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