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Wonder what life would have been If she was never caught. After reading her diary one thing that comes into my mind is what would it have been like if they had the current technology. The annex is a place I would love to visit.

Athul, 15 - United Kingdom - 2 Oct 2013

This is a realy nice website. We learned much about Anne. The worstest thing that we learned is that Anne and her family flee from Germany,but the Germans invaded the Netherlands and the Frank family had no more right in the Netherlands too.

Andi & Raphael, 16 - Germany - 26 Sep 2013

i just finished reading the diary of Anne Frank and I was astonished to see how difficult her life was. i could not imagine how horrible those long two years were for her. My respects not only for her but all the people that went through the same thing she had to go through.

Larissa Duenas, 13 - United States - 25 Sep 2013

Was unsure what to expect as I hadn't read Ann's diary, which I will now rectify. I found the experience very moving, for me the exhibits were carefully presented and gave you a better understanding of her short life through these frightening times... All who visit Amsterdam should make this a must see.

Margaret Crubaugh, 56 - Irvine - United Kingdom - 21 Sep 2013

My grandmother was Dutch-Indonesian, she was born in Indonesia(Dutch East Indie, the place that Peter Van Pels want to go after the war) on February 1929, just 4 months before Anne, Her Father was Dutch(Born 1897) then Mother(born 1901) was Sundanese(Indonesian). In 1930s, her Father want to bring the family to Amsterdam, Netherland, but her Mother refuse... Now, i'm thinking how if my Grandmother & Family flew to Amsterdam on that day, going school at Montessori, be friend of Anne.... but of course it was never come true... Today my grandmother was 84 years old and still alive here in Indonesia :D and I hope I'll able to visit Anne Frank House next year... yeah!

Yohanes Christian, 16 - Cimahi, Bandung - Indonesia - 20 Sep 2013

My grandmother was Dutch-Indonesian, she was born in Indonesia(Dutch East Indie, the place that Peter Van Pels want to go after the war) on February 1929, just 4 months before Anne, Her Father was Dutch(Born 1897) then Mother(born 1901) was Sundanese(Indonesian). In 1930s, her Father want to bring the family to Amsterdam, Netherland, but her Mother refuse... Now, i'm thinking how if my Grandmother & Family flew to Amsterdam on that day, going school at Montessori, be friend of Anne.... but of course it was never come true... Today my grandmother was 84 years old and still alive here in Indonesia :D

Yohanes Christian, 16 - Cimahi, Bandung - Indonesia - 20 Sep 2013