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I would love for one day to actually visit the house where Anne Frank was in hiding with her family, and all her beautiful thoughts that kept her sane and together. For a girl so very young she is a great inspiration to all of us and a big lesson to humanity. Bless you Anne Frank forever!

Patrick Carey, 52 - Altona North - Australia - 4 Sep 2012

Ik hou van de manier waarop het museum opgericht. Het verhaal over Anne maakte me aan het denken over mijn leven. Ik dank u Anne Frank je hielp me ziet de echte ik

Annie , 13 - Washington D.C. - United States - 18 Aug 2012

I began writing in my own diary when I was eight years old. When I heard about Anne Frank's story I was inspired to continue and I've kept one ever since. She's been my biggest inspiration for keeping one thus far.

Grace Anne , United Kingdom - 17 Aug 2012

Inspiring. : )

Joanne Bloomfield, 45 - Port Jefferson - United States - 16 Aug 2012

I have been staring at my computer screen wondering what to write about this amazing young lady . All I can write is Anne will never be forgot , she will live on through her diary , because as Anne wrote in her diary " I want to go on living even after my death!" well all I can say is she certainly has !

M.B, 13 - United Kingdom - 9 Aug 2012

I first read Anne's diary when I was 13. She inspired a lifelong thirst to know more about the Holocaust. I know racial discrimination exists, but the Holocaust was different, with it's gas chambers, death camps, and so on. I have become a student of the Holocaust with a deep and profound respect and love for Jews, and for those that died during it. Anne is the poster child for the Holocaust and must never be forgotten. Her memory endures...even though they killed her, they could not wipe her from our memory.

Stacey David, 39 - Cape Town - South Africa - 4 Aug 2012