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Our son, Dr. Jonathan A. Fletcher, has been in touch with your museum about Peter van Pels, a classmate of my brother's at the Jewish school in Osnabrueck. I wanted you to know that I asked my brother about his memories of Peter, and my brother remembered that Peter had been rather bigger than the other boys in the class and that he had often protected them against the Hitler Youth bullies. Thank you for what you are doing. Thinking of my schoolmates who were killed in the Holocaust and all the other thousands and thousands of children who were also killed is still an ever-present sadness for me.

Steffi Loewenstein Fletcher, 83 - Stockbridge, MA - United States - 5 Jun 2011

Anne Frank has inspired all of us. The first time I read the story it became humerous and sad, emotions went up and down in my head. Kids younger by the age of 7-10 might say it may be easy to live in the Annex. She inspired readers for years, sure she may have been annoying in the first start but she changed into a mature woman the way through and we all should respect her. Mr "Idiot" As she called him In the story its Mr. Dussel obviously meaning idiot him and Anne both had a grudge about eachother which made it humerous because Anne was winning the battles from a man who doesnt even have kids and say they are a pain!

Izaah Scott-Raisanen, 13 - Rosemount - United States - 3 Jun 2011

Anne had a rough life living in a an annex for 2 years. Hiding from the nazi soldiers. Having a diary to write down day to day things. Living with an another family must have been very hard. To have gone through what she has gone through must be terrible to think about.

Robert, 13 - United States - 3 Jun 2011

This book showed me a lot about what these families went though. I think every kid should read this book so they know what Anne feels like live in a small place. Not having enough food for yourself or your family or not even smelling the fresh air. I think if you read about what they went though you will have a way better understanding about her life.

Nina Christopherson, United States - 2 Jun 2011

i think anne frank spoke fromt the heart ,she didn't want to just have any old diary she put real work into it. she supported everything she believed in her words,and i think many people look up to her no matter what age. i read a play about the story of anne & have learned in school about the holocaust,and it was sad to learn about everything that happened and to actually get an idea and see what it was like in pictures and films. but what happened to anne and her family & friends,was so sad. i still haven't read her diary yet but i plan to this summer [very soon] i like how SOME people can relate or have a connection with anne's thoughts and beliefs,i used to wonder if i could share something similar with anne [as in feelings] and used to think we had nothing in common since she was so out going and i'm not like that,but in emotional ways i think we do. we both stand up fro what we believe in and really dig deep when it comes to writeing. :)

Naomi, 13 - rosemount - United States - 2 Jun 2011

I felt bad for Anne because she had to go up into higing with no out side life. Barley any food, and she had to share a room with a man who she hated. My opinion about Anne is that she was a smart person.And she had a vivid imagination.

Philip Larson, 13 - Rosemont - United States - 2 Jun 2011