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http://www.ishero.com/member.asp?action=view&memName=OtisL298499343039751, 19 - Bastia - France - 14 May 2017

This story gets to me personally. Since I've been learning more and more about this, I've thought about it everyday. It breaks my heart. I don't understand how Hitler or anybody for that matter, could be so brutal and believe in such a way. Anne was such a young, witty person, if she would have survived she would have accomplished wonderful things. She, and all of the young boys and girls that lost their lives this way, will always be remembered.

Billi , 16 - Wasilla - United States - 11 May 2017

This story moved me because she had so much potential. She could have been one of the greatest minds of the 20th century, but because of someone else's hate she was silenced.

Jonavan, 17 - Wasilla - United States - 11 May 2017

In many ways, Anne reminds me of myself at that age. Energetic, enthusiastic, a bit too outspoken at times, and very passionate about life. I wish she had survived the holocaust, but then, in a way, she has. The words she wrote in her diary live on. Rest in peace dear Anne. You are known and loved by people all over the world.

Elaine Briggs, 56 - Kelseyville - United States - 11 May 2017

I am currently reading a play on the Diary of Anne Frank, and it has inspired me to visit this museum one day in the future.

Mia Gay, 14 - Elkhart - United States - 10 May 2017

They were all so close to surviving and they persevered the harsh living. They lived in an attic for two years crammed and uncomfortable. They were so strong and tried to see the good in everything that happened even though there was not much good happening. Anne Frank's books help us understand more of the Holocaust.

Bradley Mattison, 16 - wasilla - United States - 9 May 2017