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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

As a teacher, I will have my students visit this site and explore. My hope is that they will be as moved and touched as I have been.

phyllis harry, mullica hill, new jersey - United States - 11 Mar 2013

i was always fascinated about anne frank , i loved her courage and liveliness , a vibrant person who'd stand up in any adversity , "Think about the beauty which still exists in this world you'll not be sad" Anne Frank

Anshu Singh , 16 - Newtown ,connecticut - United States - 8 Mar 2013

I have loved this book all of my life, and it was the first book I enjoyed reading while in elementary school. It is so moving and so sad, but so inspirational that a girl so young could take such an awful situation and find good in it. She had such a big heart -- she should never be forgotten.

Donna M. Brown, 54 - Orlando, FL - United States - 7 Mar 2013

I love Anne Frank's Diary because she was a girl who was brave through all the tragedy. I wish i could be as brave and intellegent as her!

Brandi, 15 - Bear Lake MI, - United States - 27 Feb 2013