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I thnk anne frank was a very intelegent girl and very wise for her age

trenton montgomery, 14 - avon - United States - 9 Mar 2016

I am glad her legacy is her diary. She revealed to us the past, and I hope to make her the topic of my next writer's notebook.

Anonymous, 15 - Newport - United States - 8 Mar 2016

I read The Diary of Anne Frank as a teenager. Last night I watched a movie production on San Frank and although the production was well done I was so sickened how the Jews were treated by the Nazis. I have not been able to get this depressed discussed his feeling out of my head since viewing the movie. In a strange way I want revenge on the Nazis although much time has passed and all are dead. Hitler was a coward in taking his own life. I grew up Christian and have many Jewish friends and acquaintances. It is shocking to believe this tragedy happened to so many innocent people such a short time ago. Truly the work of the devil. An excellent book written about the Holocaust was written by Susan Fromberg Schaeffer it is titled Anya. Although fictional it is a detailed description on many things that happened to the innocent choose as the author completed extensive research. I pray for all the Jews that lost their lives and the families that remain.

Kathleen ureneck, 53 - toms river - United States - 7 Mar 2016

I just finished reading her diary and feel completely devastated. I saw so much of myself in her. I wish I could have been with her in some kind of way...

Anett, 16 - Estonia - 4 Mar 2016

Today I witnessed the depth and beauty of the heart and soul of Anne Frank at the Anne Frank Huis. Her words, committed to paper have long outlasted her brief physical life. Her life, her words, her testaments create not only inspiration, yet challenge us in our thoughts, our minds, our hearts, the essence of our words and deeds. We must never, ever let these tragic atrocities, torture and indignations of perceived superiority and discrimination have either a present or a future. The opportunity to exist in peace is in our hands...and our hearts.

Monica Adorno, Goshen - United States - 3 Mar 2016

I read the book so many times that i've already know all rooms and particular things of that house, she's just a girl and her feelings was so pure... I think it's what makes her witness special. I hope you are in a better place Anne, you and million peoples died for a persecution without sense.

Laura, 28 - Italy - 3 Mar 2016