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WW2 and ‘’The Diary of Anne Frank’ have a lot of feelings and emotions but which one’s vengeance,faith,or is it probably loneliness?So tell me which emotion is it me that! So the word vengeance that changed the world as I know it from the past,to the present all the way to the future ,but people will never learn when they grow up from time to time.So when I keep looking at the word vengeance it sometimes give me alittle chill like the ghost from the past is watching me.From the past I learned much but not that much when Hitler wanted vengeance when the jews didnt treat him well so he created a concentration camp filled of jews from about 1.5 to 2 million jews were in the concentration camp where he tortued them or where he hanged them with barely any food to eat or barely got any sleep. So that was the past where he tortured them but
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So when I think back to WW2,or the Holocaust,or maybe Anne Frank,it gave me the chills from how many people have died from hunger,or they got hanged I just can’t count I think about 1.5 billion people have died,and when I go to their barrier and stepping on top of all of them it just wants to make me just go home and lay down doing nothing.It was just so brutal with all the killing,and torturing when they have their families at home having freedom while they had no freedom,or your probably fighting for freedom to have fun,to play,and to see our lovable

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