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This website is amazing, Anne was someone who has recently inspired me. Her words are truly remarkable, the fact she loved history is one thing we have in common and I am pursuing my dream to become a historian and Anne has been a big inspiration. Educating those on the horrors Anne faced is crucial to me and to make sure this never happens again is a cause we all must support.

Ryan Schaff, 24 - Sacramento - United States - 5 Sep 2010

Anne's diary should be required reading in schools. I first read it while at school and it has stayed with me throughout my life. Thank you Anne and thank you to everyone who is dedicated to keeping her memory alive.

Brian, 52 - Stockton on Tees - United Kingdom - 3 Sep 2010

My father gave me the book to read when I was 15, in 1965. The sadness that engulfed me then persists to this day whenever I am reminded of Anne and her diary. I am reading the definitive version now, and will make sure that my daughter reads it too.

Meghanil Bose, 58 - Kolkata - India - 31 Aug 2010

The greatest tragedy is for us to forget this' story. Thank you for sharing it with us all over the world!

Susie Mullins, 40 - Birmingham - United States - 30 Aug 2010

I think this website is very informative, and will keep annes memory alive dor years to come.

rebecca , 33 - washington - United States - 30 Aug 2010

I first read Anne's diary when I was in school I was about 13 maybe 14 and I though " oh no not another war story" but whn I read moved me and inspirng story, I have now at least 10 or more books on here and I have a Anne Frank tattoo of her signture

Nikki, 20 - Kent - United Kingdom - 30 Aug 2010