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Ann frank has really inspired me with her diary

Annabel barnsley , 20 - England - United Kingdom - 7 May 2013

I first read the diary of Anne Frank when I was 11 years old. From the heart of one little girl to another, her story moved me to tears. She is the reason I was inspired to write. It also made me realize that the world has evil that is capable of breaking the spirit of this lovely person. My visit to the museum yesterday was one of my greatest wishes fulfilled.

Raksha, 26 - London - United Kingdom - 7 May 2013

I was able to visit the Anne Frank house on April 14, 2013. It was a very moving experience. I cannot imagine the daily living of these families. I felt such a sadness for Anne. I am so glad I had the opportunity to visit this memorial to Anne and her family and all the others we lost to such a horrible part of our history.

melissa nelson, 53 - oceanside, Ca - United States - 5 May 2013

I didn't know munch about AnneFank until I read her diary. She was 15 when she went to the concentration camp. She saw her sister die infrount of her then she died. What the Germans did to the jew was cruel.

michael, rosemount - United States - 3 May 2013

Me and my class just recently read Anne Frank we read the play. I've learned that Anne was a 15 year old Jewish girl that had died because of her religon. She had to hide for 2 1/2 years because she was Jewish and if she went out she would die because of the Nazi's. Anne Frank died at a consatration camp with a disease called typhus after she was found. I feel that Anne Frank was a good writer and a good person.

Katelyn, Rosemount - United Kingdom - 3 May 2013

I believe the main message of Anne's life is that she puts an impact on everyone. I think her life shows and says a lot about what the Holocaust was truly like when you're in hiding as a Jew, and then after 2 years of hiding being found and taken to concentration camps. Anne always had a way to keep hope for herself and everyone, even she had hope that one day things will be better and this nightmare she was living in would come to an end. She put an impact on many lives.

Mariah Eshleman, 14 - Dover - United States - 3 May 2013