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Before I had read the story of Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl I always wondered how it felt like being a Jewish girl. After I had read this book I had never knew that it was going to be a horrible memory and also seeing how much suffering they had gotten, their life had been bad to worse and when she heard her mom died and her sister and not sure of his dad she just had her heart broken into pieces because she had no one else to have love in so seeing how much cruelty the Germans were to the Jewish was just a heart broken seen and this had really inspired me too be a non judgmental person to anybody and had also taught us all a lesson.

Sabiah, 13 - Cerritos - United States - 14 Jun 2013

What I learned from reading Anne Frank was all of the trouble people had to go through back during the Holocaust. I learned that innocent people were being killed for no good reason. Many people had a sad life because others wouldn't speak up. It was extremely unfair. Anne Frank was important because her diary taught us about life in hiding. She was very inspiring.

Rushabh Bhakta, United States - 14 Jun 2013

Reading Anne Frank made me realize two things. First off, even though Anne and the others were going through hard times hope never left them, that shows great courage. Secondly, Anne's dairy was a phenomenal intake of the past, and a piece of information to keep us far from reliving that part of time. After reading the book I've learned Anne and the others weren't as fortunate as us, and we tend to be ungrateful. Also I've realized it was unfair for the Nazis to blame everything on the Jews, even the lost of World War l, on the other hand because of that hard and brutal past we know now to treat others with equality.

Angeline, 12 - Cerritos - United States - 14 Jun 2013

Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl....was a was very inspiring book to me because even through those hardship she took it to her fullest extent.The book and the movie really touched me because me living in a place where there is no persecution means alot to me. I acnknowledge that i am very fortunate living the life i choose. It must have been a very devastating lifes for the jews. No freedom, limited suplies, and the performance of the genocide must have been the worst of all. If it was me back in the time of world war 2 and i was a jew it would be hell for me. I recommend you to read this book, you are going to learn various things you may have not known and also learn a lesson to this book. My interpretation of the book was that it not criticize people just cause their not your race, or have the same qualities. Also be yourself and treat others as you wish to be treated. Her existence will live on forever in our hearts.

Isaiah Kim, 14 - cerritos - United States - 14 Jun 2013

The book was very emotional and very sad. I was actually crying when i saw the movie. This book is contains real life things which made it more emotional. i was crying when Anne and her dad got separated when they stepped out of the train. It was their last moment to see each other. Also the part where Mrs. Dussel got separated with peter was sad. But, I always thought to myself that Hittler had some sort of mental problems. So i really was affected by the movie and book. The song made it even more dramatic. So these are my comments.

Alvin Kim, 13 - cerritos - United States - 14 Jun 2013

Anne Frank... where do I start? Such an amazing girl who touched the hearts of so many people around the world. She gives us a glimpse of how horrible the Holocaust was and how we as civil people can stop criticism and be a helping hand instead of criticizing people of a different race or who they are. In the end, Anne Frank's diary sincerely touched my heart!

Priti N., 12 - United States - 14 Jun 2013