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It was such a different experience for me having a chance to look into Anne's's been 68 years since the first page of this diary was written, however it still remains so real...thank you Anne for giving me an opportunity to see the war through the eyes of a teenage girl. Thank you Webmasters for a chance to visit the so realistic annexe. I do better understand everything and I am so sorry for her and other Judes killed during the War not only in Auschwitz in Poland. If only somebody could turn back time...

Agnieszka, 21 - Poznan - Poland - 13 May 2010

I visited the Anne Frank House in the Spring of 2007 as part of my travels during a study abroad experience in Wales. Now, I am an English teacher at Kettering Middle School in Dayton, Ohio, USA, and am teaching my students who Anne is and the life and legacy she has left behind.

Craig Byer, 23 - Kettering - United States - 13 May 2010

I've always been told "you must learn the past to change the futue"now i know what it really means.In order to stop something like the Holocaust from happening again,we must learn of all the suffering endured by those in it

Demetri, 14 - Round Lake - United States - 13 May 2010

It was a dream come true to have visited the Anne Frank House and Museum..I read her diary when I was a young girl and have been so inspired by it all my life!!

Victoria Ozuna Gadd, 64 - McAllen - United States - 13 May 2010

this site rocks

cory langson, 16 - okla - United States - 12 May 2010

I am in the 8th grade at Northwest Elementry School of Newport , Tennessee 37821 . We just got done reading about Anne Frank . I really enjoyed reading about her . We are researching about her life as a kid . I would have to admit that she did have a ruff life growing up . If she would have had a good life like we do today then her and her family wouldnt have been in the situation that they was in . I think that more schools should read about Anne Frank .

Markisha Allen, 14 - Newport - United States - 12 May 2010