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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

I was really touched by this and it broke my heart.If people don't pay attention to the past and learn from it we are all doomed to repeat it. Thank you and take care Chris Franklin

Chris Franklin, 45 - Commerce City - United States - 27 Dec 2010

I have been to the museum and read her book many times,and it still moves me ,and as long as the museum stays open ipeople will never forget what one evel person can do to the world

kevin jones, 58 - Swindon ,wiltshire - United Kingdom - 24 Dec 2010

After reading the book Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl, I was touched, moved and especially inspired. Anne Frank's remarkable diary has since become a world classic- a powerful reminder of the horrors of war and an eloquent testament to the human spirit. THANK YOU! :D

Bea Castillo, 13 - Malolos, Bulacan - Philippines - 23 Dec 2010

Always wondered if there is any relation to us. My Dad (George Gies) came over to U.S. from Walter Russia

Marvin Gies, 74 - Gregory - United States - 22 Dec 2010