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After visiting the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, I've been inspired to teach the Holocaust in my English class! The online exhibitions are truly helpful in bringing the Anne Frank House to my students, most of whom will never have the opportunity to see it otherwise! Thank you, BC

Beth Calloway, 57 - Hammond - United States - 6 Feb 2011

I visited the house in July as a student ambassador and I couldn't believe how much I had in common with Anne. I will always remember what I witnessed in Amsterdam and tell my children about the girl who should have lived.

Kalitta Kauffman, 15 - Cullman - United States - 3 Feb 2011

I have always known about Anne Frank, having learned about her at school and through television. Today I visited the Touring Exhibition at North Berwick High School, East Lothian, Scotland. It was an interesting and thought provoking visit, it made me extremely sad to think she was the born the same year as my mother, who is still alive, who lived during WWII and how different her life has been to that of Anne. This must never be allowed to happen again, we are all one species and discrimination is wrong. Keep the tour going, we must never forget otherwise Anne's suffering will have been in vain.

Margaret Jenkins, 50 - Aberlady East Lothian - United Kingdom - 2 Feb 2011

Sadly, I did not know much of Anne Frank at one point. I heard she was a holocaust while in Amsterdam my fiance and I decided to visit the Anne Frank Huis. It was then that I felt so deeply touched. I bought the book and read it over the next week while in Amsterdam. to be in the her house. to see her walls and her posters, I feel heartbroken yet astutely enlightened that a child whom from such a young age..a teen...could have written such a soul impacting visual realization of what it felt like to be a jew during that era. I also greatly admire Otto Frank...whom has shown me the love a father can have for his daughter...I look at my 9 year old daughter now and wonder not what she may accomplish as Anne Frank did...but what I must accomplish in my responsibilities as a father until my final day. A true everlasting family love story of a father and his daughters. I bought the children version for my little girl, and the museum only edition for when she gets older. Cheers Otto for your hard work, and RIP to your family.

Reza Amjad, 30 - St. Maarten - Netherlands Antilles - 30 Jan 2011

Growing up, Anne Frank's story had a major impact on me, and who I am today. As any other teenager, that to living in a multi-cultural society, you battle racism and blatant discrimination, and trying to decipher wrong from right everyday. There are so many ways to be easily misguided, and one of the most valid reasons for why I apperciate Anne's diary so much is because it's through her writing and her story, you can truly see the evil of war and the lasting impact discrimination can have. It is through Anne's diary that people can really be educated to fight against discrimination, which is something we face everyday. Perhaps not to the extent Anne had to face, but even the holocaust started out as social discrimination. Social discrimination and judgement is such a valid topic even today, and something us younger generation can easily fall into, if under peer pressure or other such influence. But it's Anne's diary, Anne's tragic story, through which humanity can really be considered priceless and important. That is why I support Anne's diary, and the museum, and all things anti-hate. I had the privillege of visting the Anne Frank House last summer, and I was so pleased when I saw that the message Anne and Otto Frank had been trying to convey all along had been preserved: Spreading open-mindedness. I loved that the world, even though can be dark, had such a proud and powerful asset to battle moral challenges and discrimination. It made me feel proud and lucky to visit, and proud and lucky to have known her story, and proud and lucky for it to have been such a important part of my life. Someday, I hope to work at the Anne Frank Museum, to promote it's message, and truly feel like I am a part of something so pure and magical, and that I've helped all that I can in promoting it. God Bless the Anne Frank House.

Geetika Kaur Bhasin, 15 - Singapore City - Singapore - 29 Jan 2011

I visited the Holocaust museum in D.C. and got to see and talk to a Holocaust surviver! it was amazing

Camille, 15 - United Kingdom - 28 Jan 2011