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Today is Anne Frank’s birthday. I wonder, how Anne would have felt if she could know that countless people have read and got inspired from her personal diary. Furthermore, so far there are 267 schools and various institutions named after her. I think she would have been very happy that her dream of living even after death has come into reality. Anne Frank-the innocent girl with ever smiling face has become immortal on the pages of history. I feel extremely sad for what happened with Anne, her family and other victims of Holocaust. It’s the time for the all human race to stand against all kinds of discrimination, prejudices and violence. I truly appreciate the work of Anne Frank House and its other partner organization for preserving Anne’s legacy and spreading her word. May God bless you all.

Munir Lalani, 28 - Karachi - Pakistan - 12 Jun 2016

This was a great website to visit during my English class.

Mak Rossman, 14 - Olean - United States - 8 Jun 2016

Both were Germen-both wrote books, and both experienced the Holocaust. But that where the similarities ends. Ann Frank is famous, and Adolf Hitler is infamous. Ann Frank so intelligent, and Adolf Hitler is such an idiot.

ken gray, 55 - martinsburg - United States - 7 Jun 2016

As a 52 year old Jewish woman who read Anne's diary when I was 13, I was incredibly moved by having the freedom to visit the house where she lived and lost hers.

Sharon Gertski, 52 - London - United Kingdom - 6 Jun 2016

I visited Anne Frank house this morning 24-5 together with the Amsterdamse Montessori School. The class, group 6,7,8 has been for a while learning over the Second world war and finally got to visit the museum. I thought we had a good educational overview of the story in the beginning. however the moment we went out to explore the museum it was horribly crowded with more schools, and many more tourists that kept on coming in. We were also limited of time and so were late for the end q/a. I felt as if the kids have been under allot of impression and had no room to express their feelings, thoughts... disappointed but understood... hoping that the organization can improve in this way for the future schools arriving for an educational day. Thank you

Limor, 39 - Amsterdam - Netherlands - 24 May 2016

Especially now Anne and her diary are and should be the biggest reminder for humanity that behind every religious or racial conflict there are people like you and I with their hopes, beliefs, and dreams.

Jessica, 21 - Frankfurt - Germany - 20 May 2016