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I learned about Anne Frank at school and I become really interested in her. After reading her famous diary I was in shock. Although her diary was heartbreaking, Anne Frank taught me to look at the world with love and hope. Not everyone is the same and deep within a person there is love. Her hider, Miep Gies is probably one of the most inspirational people who have walked on this earth. She never thought twice about helping the Franks. We need more people like this in the world. Thank you to everyone involved with the Franks. We will never forget you.

Minnie Patel, 17 - Chicago - United States - 20 Mar 2011

I read The Diary of Anne Frank when I was in the 8th grade and shortly thereafter we watched the movie. I was amazed that a black and white film held so many of us at attention. I have always loved history but I love it more from a real person's perspective. She has touched so many and her legacy will touch many more. I doubt I will ever get to see the museum so a huge THANKS to those whose dilligent work went into the restoration and upkeep of the memory of Anne Frank...

Alexis, 26 - Cincinnati - United States - 18 Mar 2011

Anne Frank's Diary was first introduced to me by my daughter and although I was fascinated by her strength and courage I never gave it a second thought not until I had the chance to visit Anne Frank's House in Amsterdam last November 2006 when I took a course on a scholarship program by NUFFIC in Netherlands. It was only then that I realized how youth and life is wasted by the personal interest of other people. But I would like to thank all the people behind this website and for your noble cause of letting the world know that life is precious and a God given gift and that nobody except HIM has the right to claim other people's life.

Nancy, 54 - Iligan City - Philippines - 18 Mar 2011

What can I say that could make sense of a waste of a life, an amazing girl. I miss you, and in missing you.. it shows you've done something to this tired heart of mine. You did something so right, so good and innocent with your work. I think your courage and discipline should be held high and cherished by us all for as long as we live. The diary is incredibly touching, if you are in heaven I hope you are happy and reunited again with the family.. just the way you were ;)

Phil Campion, 22 - Norfolk England - United Kingdom - 16 Mar 2011

Thank you so very much for the astounding website. I will probably never be able to visit in person, but I have spent many hours visiting online. I had read the Diary of Anne Frank when I was younger, and it affected me with great sadness. Now I have seen dvds too, and have cried again and again. Thank you for the hard work for all people involved.

Patricia Plummer, 65 - Pendleton - United States - 16 Mar 2011

My parents were born in Friesland, The Netherlands. I've always loved to read about Holland. The story of Anne shows me more of the Dutch character: their perseverance, Hope for the best, and their positive attitude. Knowing that she was really German, it shows how similar we all are. 15 March 2011

Harriett Clark, 82 - Moses Lake , Washington - United States - 15 Mar 2011