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I first visited the museum 15 years ago. Yesterday I picked up the book and read it again, for the first time in 20+ years. It's so powerful on so many levels. I suppose being older and a mother of three changes the perspective from which I viewed the pages of Anne's diary, but whatever the reason, Anne's words touched me even more deeply this reading. This website allows me to share my experiences with my children, even though we live half a world away - and for that, I am grateful.

Dollene Christopher, 36 - Collins, NY - United States - 5 Jan 2011

i was only 8 when i learned of anne frank for history first i tried to keep my my distant away from anne frank books for i had feared they'd show the horrible images of the prisoners in the camps.the next year when i was in fourth grade when i was nine,i rushed to the anne frank section of our school libary and got as many teacher (who also too had an big interest in anne frank and the holocaust) ecorage me to learn.then for my 10th birthday i recived the diary of anne frank.the book was one of those times that make you wonder... happend in the outside world during that time?and sadly even thought the holocaust was and is real,people still think its fake and as many people say,its breaks my that she lifed an short life but even after her death her leagacy still lives on to this very day.she is one of the many who where killed in one of the most saddest moments in history but while most where killed ad so where there stories,hers surived

brandi farmer, 11 - youngstown,ohio - United States - 4 Jan 2011

Went to see the wonderful Anne Frank huis on the 31st dec... So touching and deeply moving. I challenge anyone to wander round the museum without shedding a tear. I feel sick inside that the actions of a group of individuals caused so much harm distress destruction to so many innocents xx rest in peace all of you, this house and the nearby homomonument signify that you have not completely in vain xx

Nicholas callaghan, 31 - Manchester - United Kingdom - 3 Jan 2011

I visited the museum in Nov 1995. It was surreal to me, I read the book as a girl and here I am in the annex.Truly one of the most humbling experiences of my life. History must never repeat it self in the horrors in did in Anne's world.

diana, 40 - peoria - United States - 3 Jan 2011

visited there 1982

James A.Slobard, 54 - Tampa - United States - 30 Dec 2010

This was the first complete book I ever read when I was young by choice. It helped shape who I am today, it helped me to understand what hatred can do but also if the same can be true for the opposite, what impact love can have. Trying to figure out how it was possible remains a mystery to me - to be so full of hate for another human being who has done nothing wrong continues to baffle me today and make me very sad at the society we remain to be. Thank-you to all the Anne Franks of this world for helping us to better understand, to be able to see, and to grow into better human beings if we should so choose to - and I do home more and more choose to. I remain foreven moved by your story, your courage, your love for life and the belief in a better place!

lisa, 43 - Montreal - Canada - 28 Dec 2010