What did Anne Frank's diary look like?
Anne Frank's diary was red plaid: Image Anne Frank was red plaid. Image found off google images: Words typed: Anne's Diary
They found her journal in the office under the "Secret Annexe", where the Van Daans, Franks, and a dentist named Dussel were in hiding. After Mr. Frank was freed from the men's concentration camp, he learned that his wife and two daughters(one was Anne) were dead. He and Miep, a lady who had helped the Franks hide, went back to the office to look for possesions. There, they found her diary.
Anne's cat was named Moortje. However, Moortje did not go into hiding with the family. The Franks had to make it look like they left their home quickly, so the cat had to be left behind. The cats that Anne Frank mentions in her Diary: her own cat, Moortje, which she had to leave with a family friend when the Frank family went into hiding; Mouschi, Peter's cat who lived in the secret Annex with…
Anne Frank's diary was actually an autograph book. It was red and green plaid, and had a small lock in the front. Her original diary was a cloth covered book of red with green plaid or "gingham" pattern. Her other (continued) diary books were unused office ledgers, and ultimately sheets of thin blue and pink paper.
On the occasion Mrs. van Pels asked to take a look at Anne's diary, Anne had just finished writing a very unflattering entry about Mrs. van Pels. But Anne would not have let her look under any circumstances. Anne occasionally read passages from her diary to others, but she never let anyone look at it except for Margot occasionally - under Anne's supervision, we can assume.
The Franks were a German born Dutch Jewish family who went into hiding in down town Amsterdam during the Second World War. In hiding, Anne wrote a diary where she poured out her thoughts on Jewish persecution and the war (aswell as other girly things). When the Frank family was sold out to the Gestapo, they were sent to Auschwitz, and then to other Polish death camps where both daughters (Margot and Anne) died with…