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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

I played the role of Anne Frank in a play when I was in the fourth grade. I identified with Anne so much. Now that I have just finished translating my 90-year-old grandmother's Holocaust survival story, and was able to take my family to visit the house in Amsterdam where Anne was in hiding, I wish that all children could visit and see what happens when hatred is given unlimited power. Never again.

Diana Gano, 48 - Pearland - United States - 29 Aug 2016

Under suspension of who betrayed the Frank's family, I believe it was the same woman who protected them, turn them in. If you were hiding a Jewish family and we're caught, you weren't no better then the Jewish family themselves and the SS treated you also hatefully. How come nothing happened to her? I just found it strange that they knew exactly where to go when looking for them. I believe it was her and her family or the Frank's family.

Meghan, 38 - New York - United States - 21 Aug 2016

An eerily poignant experience.

Dan Wright, 28 - London - United Kingdom - 17 Aug 2016

We all want the same things; we all are capable of so much; we all have to fight to stay tolerant of one another. Anne in her own right, was lucky to have her family, her wonderful thoughts and pen, and for knowing that what was happening to her was wrong and she was right to feel the outrage and sadness because of it And we are so lucky, she put those words on paper....

AC Loya, 34 - Austin - United States - 8 Aug 2016