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When I had learned that my Opa was a soldier for the German army in WW2, I was deeply saddened. I have read Anne's diary time and time again, and feel ashamed of my grandfather. This can never happen again. We all must work to make sure this generation and the next, knows this horrific story so that no man, woman, or child, ever has to endure this kind of torture. Thank you Anne, for helping open the world's eyes just a bit more.

Spensar Kuster, 23 - Knoxville - United States - 1 Apr 2011

THANK YOU so much anne your very inspiring and i love you even though ii havnt meet you.! and ii wiish you didnt die so early but thats not my choice..#jews are the same as us regular people..!!(:

jalexus, 13 - hOmEwOoD.!(: - United States - 31 Mar 2011

I love the story of anne frank. She was so inspiring!!

Emma, 12 - New braunfels - United States - 30 Mar 2011

Thank you for writing your diary.

alexis wolfe, 7 - San Diego - United States - 29 Mar 2011

Anne Frank is such an inspiring story. When it talked about gassing the Jews and the Brutal murders I almost cried but yet i didnt.

bob, United Kingdom - 28 Mar 2011

I was so moved by anne's story that i when and got the film and learn how evil it was in the camp's where anne and her mother ans sister died, world war 2 is somthing i will never understand how one person can cause so much pain and suffering my grandad fought the nazis and my mother has told me many storys of how the war affected him, as for anne a wonderful bright girl who has touched my heart xx r.i.p little anne

stacey hill, 30 - manchester - United Kingdom - 28 Mar 2011