Sorry, my question is related to the 'Diary of a Young Girl'-Anne Frank.
Anne describes that the men's section of the Secret Annexe Committee is "is very creative". Comment with examples.

Asked by Jerlin George | 27th Sep, 2015, 04:11: PM

Expert Answer:

Anne feels that the men's section of the Secret Annex is very creative as they come up with a plan to get a message to Mr Broks, who is an Opekta Co. Sales representative. He has secretly hidden some things belonging to the Frank family. The men decide to type a letter to a store owner in Southern Zealand who is, indirectly, one of Opekta' s customers and ask him to fill out a form and send it back in the enclosed self -addressed envelope. Anne's father will then write the  address on the envelope himself. Once the letter is returned from Zealand, the form can be removed and a handwritten message confirming that Father is alive can be inserted in the envelope. This way Mr. Broks can read the letter without suspecting a ruse. They chose the province of Zealand because it's close to Belgium (a letter can easily be smuggled across the border) and because no one is allowed to travel there without a special permit. An ordinary salesman like Mr Broks would never be granted a permit. 
who is, indirectly, one of Opekta' s customers and ask him to fill out a form and send it back in the enclosed self -addressed envelope. Father will write the address on the envelope himself. Once the letter is returned from Zealand, the form can be removed and a handwritten message confirming that Father is alive can be inserted in the envelope. This way Mr. Broks can read the letter without suspecting a ruse.They chose the province of Zealand because it's close to Belgium (a letter can 
easily be smuggled across the border) and because no one is allowed to travel there without a special permit. An ordinary salesman like Mr. Broks would never be granted a permit. 

Answered by Snehal Naik | 28th Sep, 2015, 10:53: AM

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