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I am so inspired by this story. I learned about Anne Frank in school but I never really paid any attention .When I was a child I didn't understand the meaning of it all.i just recently took an interest in learning about important history...Anne frank was a very brave young lady and I look up to her in ways.Its to bad that her life was cut short.i think the Nazi civilization took it way to far .they took many innocent peoples lives. I just don't understand y we have war. we are one world and we will only get one chance to live on earth y doesn't the world just stick togetrher..

maranda bass, 22 - pawtucket - United States - 16 May 2013

She is such an inspiring person to many: young, old, male and female.She was truly beautiful. With great character and because of that, I find her heart, mind and soul, to be beautiful as well.

Madisen Majors , 18 - Fontana - United States - 12 May 2013

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