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The most profoundly humbling experience. Anne's diary is so honest, we see her flaws and her injustice. She describes herself and her life so perfectly it feels like you are living it with her. The house is a stunning tribute.

Rachel McClenaghan , 23 - Surrey - United Kingdom - 29 May 2017

Very sad, but such a fascinating place and story. I instantly grew very interested in Anne Frank's story from the minute I opened her diary. Truly inspirational.

Eva Harbourne, 11 - Wicklow - Ireland - 27 May 2017

She helped me to realize that the victims of the Holocaust are not just names in a textbook, but actual people that had real thoughts and feelings and opinions.

Aubrey Sommer, 14 - lithfield park - Uruguay - 22 May 2017

What they must've gone through in the concentration camps is unbearable to even think of. Let the world never forgot what transpired all those years ago

Cj Longstreth, 16 - Wasilla - United States - 19 May 2017

Well done! Heartbreaking to hear Anne's story and the impact she's had on so many people. Lets hope we never forget so it never happens again!

Sheila Moir, 49 - Chatham - Canada - 17 May 2017

I think that Anne Frank would have been an amazing writer if she had survived the war. I think she will always be alive in everyone's heart that reads her diary. She was a very strong willed person and made her not seem like she was trapped her last year of life.

rizen, 16 - Wasilla - United States - 17 May 2017