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To stand in Anne's bedroom and see the pictures she had glued to the walls to cheer the place up was so overwhelming it moved me to tears. Her gift to the world lives forever in her book and being here has imprinted her life story on my soul. Thank you for making this available.

Denise, 46 - Denmark - Australia - 12 May 2012

The only book I ever read was came from a kid i learned more from someone who lived in another place and time. Thankyou anne

Michael Hartley , 40 - Phila Pa - United States - 12 May 2012

As a child I listened to the stories my Dutch mother and Grandparents told of the times they endured during the Nazi occupation. Nothing compared to what the Frank's endured. This site very much keeps these memories alive and I hope we never forget. Were it not for the war my parents would never have met. The events of the war are very complex and affected many in ways that could never have been predicted. I would like to thank all whose efforts supporting the Anne Frank house help keep these memories alive.

Clyde Devitt, 58 - Calgary - Canada - 11 May 2012

i loved the anne frank diary, inspired me very much, i loved it since high school in 1980 we read the book as a school assignment in english.

linda pettigrew, 50 - lancaster california - United States - 10 May 2012

we are doing research on the holocaust and anne frank is the biggest topic of it all. we are also reading the book which is very interesting. but we're not very far in the book. but i can here to do research and i think Hermann van Pel died horribly. out of all the ones that were hiding in the Secret Annex. I thank this website for letting me find out more about the holocaust and anne.

kursheena, 14 - Keams Canyon - United States - 9 May 2012

Thank you so very much for the wonderful information available here. I have read the diary several times, and hungered for more. Perhaps the greatest hunger is wondering why and how such a tragedy could happen? (Anne, you do live on, as a great inspritation for many.)

Ann Alonzo, 53 - Fond du Lac, WI - United States - 6 May 2012