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Anne Frank's mesmerizing tale speaks of a secret life of a girl in hiding in one of the worst periods of history. Her courage to preserve life as she knew it should be seen as an example to prevent future tragedies with the future generations.

Williamsburg_Middle_NSWF, 55 - District of Columbia - United States - 5 May 2010

She wrote this diary, it showed how strong she was. It was very touching because it was such a hard time. Her diary portrays the truth about the Holocaust. It also showed in a unique perspective.

Sophie, Wendy, Zolboo, Meghan, Declan, 14 - Arlington, VA - United States - 5 May 2010

Anne Frank was a remarkable person. To have the courage and strength to be able to handle the hiding from the Nazi's and still maintain a positive outlook on life was extroardinry. Even though the camps took her life her story is still an inspiration to all.

Williamsburg Middle School, 14 - Arlington - United States - 5 May 2010

Anne is still today a inspiring figure even at the age she was. She teaches people to keep a positive outlook in whatever circumstances are upon you. We can all learn something from Anne and her story.

Tyler, Niya, Henry, Reece, Washington, D.C - United States - 5 May 2010

We have been learning about Anne Frank in class and were inspired by her motivation and ability to live in small confines during many long years. It must have been incredibly hard to be with so many people with out any time alone.It is incredilble that she kept her sanity and will to go on through some of the toughest times and that is why she should be admired by everyone.

Nitesh koirala, William Hardy, 14 - arlington - United States - 5 May 2010

This week we have learned about the hardships and adversity that Anne had to deal with in her life. Though life goes on we will never forget her story, nor will we forget the stories of the millions of Jews that were involved in this disgrace to humanaity. Annes story has moved us and the others in our classroom her story will be remembered forever.

Vanesa Francisco Marshall, 14 - Arlington - United States - 5 May 2010