Family life in the great depression was terrible because, fathers were loseing there jobs and children were get hired so they can pay them less. Familys most of the time went hungery because they could not afford food. Alot of familys lost there homes and move around the countrys in hope food shelter and clothing. Familys had it ruff in depression times. We have it pretty good compare to them.
Prior to 1943 Denmark was allowed to keep their self rule. The Danish government did not any any violent revolts against the Nazis because they did not want any retaliation by the Nazis. By 1943 life in Denmark with the Nazi occupation deteriorated and the resistance fighters and others did start doing strategic attacks against the Nazis.
Anne Frank's life before she went into hiding was very nice. She was very fond of her dad Otto who was a very nice man. == == She had a pleasant. carefree and somewhat spoiled life of a young pre-teen from an upper middle class family in Amsterdam. In other words: Completely normal - until the Nazi occupation began to strip away everyone's freedoms.
In Poland during the Russian occupation but also spent some time in India and Japan as a missionary, He had to return to Poland because he was in poor health. He assisted Polish refugees during the Nazi invasion and was arrested for this and sent to prison. He ended up in Auschwitz where he gave his life in place of another.