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I have seen many movies, read many books on inspring stories. But nothing like Anne's story.When I read Annes diary it realy hit home maybe it is because she looks VERY much like my own daughter, so I knew I had to visit the location of such adversity and see it for myself.Today I got that chance. I left with conflicting felelings. Sadness and anger that this was allowed to happen to such brave and beautyful young girl also happyness that I have my own brave and beautyful young girl to tresure.Anne Frank may your story live for ever.

Colin Codd, 41 - Klikenny - Ireland - 23 Mar 2013

I think that that the movie was a great movie and it was awesome too but it was also really sad because they all died. when anne frank didn't want to share her room with the new guy, That is what i always do to my brother at home i push him out because he is annoying. What I found suprising about the story is that it took two years before they got cought and that is two long at war. I would like to read the book for this movie because i really liked it.

AverlynBrowne79@Yahoo.comk, 13 - phoenixville - United States - 22 Mar 2013

I am very attached to Anne Frank after reading her diary. She was a very brave girl and she has inspired me to be myself. It is heartbreaking to see such a strong, young girl have to suffer through hiding in the Secret Annex and then live in a Concentration Camp. I have found many similarities between Anne and myself. I think that that is why I am connected to her. I was very sad to know that she and 6 other Secret Annex members died in a Concentration camp. I am glad that her dream did come true, even though she wasn't able to see it happen. She would have made a wonderful journalist.

Miranda Reisch, 13 - United States - 21 Mar 2013

Anne Frank is so inspiring. I feel like I really know her since I read her diary. She is brave, bold, and smart! Also beautiful!

Melissa, 12 - Alabama - United States - 20 Mar 2013

A stark warning to remember what has gone before is never allowed to happen again...

Conor Mckimm , 47 - Belfast - United Kingdom - 19 Mar 2013

When I learned about the Holocaust at a younger age, I never fully understood it. Now that I'm older, it is easy to understand the impact it had on not just Europe, but the rest if the world. We are reading The Diary of Anne Frank in school and the subject is very touchy. I will never forget. Anne's story touches people worldwide.

Kayla, 13 - O'Fallon, MO - United States - 16 Mar 2013