What is the brief summary of Number the Stars?
Number the Stars is about a girl named Annamarie that has a best friend, Ellen Rosen, that is Jewish. Where they live, in Copenhagen, the Nazis from Germany are trying to relocate the all the Jews. But Annamarie and her family have to risk their lives to save Ellen and her family to keep them from being captured and relocated be the Nazis. They do end up saving them and many other Jews by helping them escape to Sweden by boat.
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The Holocaust was a tragic event in history. Approximately 6million lives were lost. During the first half of the 20 th century, the Naziparty, led by Adolf Hitler, encourag…ed prejudice against Jews andother "undesirables" such as gypsies, homosexuals, the mentallyill, or physically disabled; those not of the "Aryan" race. Jewish children soon could not go to schools with the other Germanchildren. Jewish businesses were forced to close, Jewish templeswere burned and vandalized. The Nazis also set up ghettos, where Jews (and some Gypsies) weresegregated from other people and were forced to live in the mosthorrible conditions. The Nazis developed "The Final Solution", a plan to get rid of allthe Jews. They decided the most efficient way of doing this was toset up camps to exterminate their existence so they would not passon their genes and disrupt the Nazis' quest for the perfect race.Though the Nazis did not achieve their goal, they managed to kill5-6 million Jews (and a further 5 million other victims) in cruel,sadistic, inhumane acts and murders. For a more detailed summary, please visit:http://www.deesultimatereviews.com/holocaust.htm
Number the Stars is a historical novel set in Denmark during World War II about a girl helps her Jewish friend escape to Sweden.
A brief summary is to describe something or tell about something in a few short paragraphs or sentences.
Bilbo Baggins is a well-to-do hobbit* who is respected by many and never dreamed of doing anything adventurous of unexpected. However, his perfect life is suddenly disrupted a…s Gandalf the wizard thrusts him into the wilderness with thirteen dwarves to find a vast treasure and slay the dragon guarding it. With a surprising amount of luck, Bilbo survives trolls, giant wolves, mysterious elves, and a strange ring, before finally arriving with his companions at the evil mountain wherein lies the treasure, and the dragon! The company awakens the dragon, who flies about the land, and soon elves, men and dwarves are all after the treasure! Will Bilbo's company be able to save the treasure from greedy hands, or be killed in the resulting Battle of Five Armies? Read it and find out! * Hobbit: Hobbits are a small fictional people, shorter that dwarves, who live in a land they call the Shire. They all share a love of peace and quiet, things that grow, and food, and they don't like anything unexpected and dangerous.
a brief summary is a summary explaining what you ahve already learned. not a full one, they just want you to see what you have learn in the lesson. -teddybearr.
Number the Stars by Lois Lowry tells the story of a Danish girl who helps get her Jewish friend to Sweden during the Occupation of Denmark during WWII.
Brief summaries are basically just the main idea of a story.
As a young orphan, Jane is sent to live with her uncle, who dies soon after her arrival. Jane is left in the care of her cruel aunt, who sends her to Lowood School to become a… governess. Though conditions at the school are very poor, Jane makes friends there and finishes her education, obtaining a position as governess to the young Adele at a house called Thornfield. The master of the house, Edward Rochester, is seldom home, so Jane spends most of her time with Adele and the housekeeper, Mrs. Fairfax. Strange events occur at Thornfield. Jane awakens one night to smell of smoke and discovers Rochester asleep with his bed on fire. Also, she frequently hears creepy, startling noises. After saving Rochester, Jane realizes that she loves him but is too proud to confess her feelings. Rochester has a group of guests over to Thornfield, and they treat Jane as a servant, especially Blanche Ingram, whom Rochester is expected to marry. Mrs. Reed, Jane's former caretaker, sends for Jane as she is on her deathbed. She admits to Jane that once a John Eyre, some relative of Jane's, offered to adopt the girl, but Mrs. Reed maliciously lied that Jane had died in the typhoid epidemic that affected Lowood. After her visit, Jane returns to Thornfield and Rochester asks for her hand. She gladly consents, but a few nights before their wedding Jane wakes up to find a woman in her room wearing Jane's veil. Terrified, she faints, but Rochester convinces her she was imagining things. At their wedding the secret is revealed that Rochester is already married. He takes the wedding party to the attic to reveal his wife, Bertha, who went mad shortly after their marriage 15 years before. Shocked, Jane leaves and is a poor beggar until she meets Reverend Rivers and goes to live with him and his two sisters. There, Jane realizes that John Eyre has died and left his fortune to her. The Rivers, she discovers, are her cousins. The Reverend, though he does not love her, wishes to marry Jane because he believes she will make a good wife and missionary. Jane does not love him either, but feels obligated to accept his hand. One night, Jane hears Rochester calling to her. She returns to Thornfield and finds the house burned down at the hands of Bertha. Rochester tried but failed to save her, and he lost his sight in the process. Jane and Rochester marry. Sorry it's still so long, but with a book like Jane Eyre, this is probably one of the shortest summaries you'll get.
The Bible is the Divine Word of God that He inspired through His Holy Spirit to be recorded by men. It's Divinely revealed "Wisdom, Knowledge and Understanding," not otherwis…e perceived by the five physical senses of "natural carnal minded man," regarding Himself and His Truth. It's being revealed to those whom He "sanctifies" [sets apart for holy use], who He is calling out from among the generations of men to become the first generation [the "firstfruits"... the early harvest] of His Divine Family, which He is creating through mankind, whom He created in His image.
One day Nick Allen had a good idea. He thought instead of calling a pen a pen why not call it a Findle. His teacher told him to put an end to all these noncence. The word didn…'t belong to him anymore it was spreading across the country. He had nothing to do to stop it. He became a hero and the word Frindle became a real word.
It is a great document of the united states of america
We the people in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, ensure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure th…e Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America. maybe like: The preamble is a statement declaring what the Constitution will provide for the United States briefly, while still making it clear that the authors of our Constitution were regular people.
A sundry is a conclusion or the out come of a discussion or essay . A brief is to tell what the sumary says in as few words as possible
no because you dont have any money
Matthew Henry says: "Book Synopsis: - The book of Judges is the history of Israel during the government of the Judges, who were occasional deliverers, raised up by God to res…cue Israel from their oppressors, to reform the state religion, and to administer justice to the people. The state of God's people does not appear in this book so prosperous, nor their character so religious, as might have been expected, but there were many believers among them, and the tabernacle services were attended to. The history exemplifies the frequent warnings and predictions of Moses, and should have close attention. The whole is full of important instruction." ( Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary : JUDGES) Judges is perhaps the "bloodiest" book in the Bible. It's an prime example of selfish " rebellious human nature " [with an 'every-man-for-himself' attitude] at work on a national level. A brief history of the tribes of Israel between the turbulent years of entering into the Promised Land under the direct Rule of the invisible God; continuously backsliding, entangling themselves in perilous nation-threatening circumstances, repenting and crying out to God for deliverance -- and receiving it. The last verse of the book says it all: "In those days there was no king in Israel : every man did that which was right in his own eyes ." (Judges 21:25)
Man leaves home, wanders about having adventures, and returns.
Do you think it was a good idea for the nohansens to let Ellen staywith them