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Simply just needed to state I am delighted I came on the site!

Psychics Feedback, 21 - San Diego - United States - 18 Sep 2016

Such an inspiration from a young lady to people around the world.

Kenneth Cordero, 44 - San Francisco - United States - 17 Sep 2016

I remember reading The Diary of Anne Fraank when I was 14 years old. It really moved me deeply and I have read the diary many more times over the years. I passed it on to my own daughter when she was 14 and she too became very heavily influenced by the diary. It has made me look at the world through a young girl's eyes - a young girl who was hunted because she was Jewish. A young girl who had so much to give to the world and left behind a unique legacy. A young girl who was murdered because of intolerance and hatred - a young girl who was not allowed to reach adulthood and live a life and perhaps give so much more to this world. I have always wanted to visit the secret annex and perhaps I will make the journey within the next few years. Carry on the good work promoting Anne's diary and helping future generations to learn from how hatred and intolerance can lead to dreadful acts. It is still apparent that today we still need to take the message of the diary seriously.

Caroline Canavan, 52 - Newry - United Kingdom - 16 Sep 2016

I'm in the production of "The Diary of Anne Frank" I play Fritz Pfeffer. I really like Him, I have this weird connection with him.

Tony Rivera, 15 - juneau - United States - 8 Sep 2016

Dear Anne - your beautiful writing has come alive for many millions - and how magnificently your handwriting developed during your time in the annexe! Much resonance with the story of my own family. So terribly important that we keep finding ways to explain this uniquely awful chapter of human history in the hope of perhaps learning some lessons.

Daniel Altmann, 57 - London - United Kingdom - 4 Sep 2016

I read her book some years ago and today I visited her house (the museum). What I know is that something very unfair happenned to her and to thousands like her. It cannot be repeated in the future.....

Cassiano, 32 - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil - 30 Aug 2016