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(The following comments are from my students at the Wayne Cty Juvenile Detention Facility in downtown Detroit): "The way I feel about the Holocaust by watching "Anne Frank" I don't think it was fair to stereotype and kill people for no real reason. It's just not right - to me!" - 11th gr Afr-American male. "I couldn't imagine going through what Anne and them have been through! What could have been on Hitler's mind that made him do those dreadful things to the Jewish people? This story opened my eyes to the realization of the struggle of this generation. Young people today say they've 'been through it,' but what about the people who survived Auschwitz?" - 16-yr old Afr-Am male "I feel that Anne and her family were really strong. My sisters couldn't go two years without showering. Also, we couldn't hide; my family is way too loud! Anne Frank's family seemed to be a put together family. I thinks she was strong for lasting months in the camp; I don't think I would have lasted a week. Your father is also a very strong person or for surviving the camp." -- 11th gr Afr-Am male "I dont get why the Jews had to go through this thing because of one person and his beliefs. I don't understand why other people would follow him either. All that killing and what did the Nazi's accomplish? Reputations as murderers! If Hitler was such a genius, then why make such childish accusations about Jews? -- Noah M., 10th gr male

J. Jamison Lofton, English Teacher (6-12), 55 - Detroit - United States - 7 Dec 2015

Just read your beautiful diary, Anne. You wanted to stay alive even after dying; guess what, you are alive 57 years after your death, little princess! and will go on to live for rest of the years this world has to see. Stay in rest, peace and love, beautiful angel!

MK, Winnipeg - Canada - 6 Dec 2015

Anne Frank's story is amazing. I recently began reading her diary after working with the play format in school, and she is an amazing and vivid writer. I was really moved by the story, and I believe Anne really inspires everyone who reads her diary. I personally even want to start writing my own diary again after her work! Anne's diary is her legacy and message to the world, and I really hope people read and understand it. <3

M., 13 - Herndon - United States - 2 Dec 2015

Its really a very inspirational book....this book is really needed to be read by all the people of our generation....who are only stuck in their virtual world..By reading this book, they would surely come to know WHAT LIFE IS.....

Tanvi Sneha, 14 - Guwahati - India - 30 Nov 2015

I have never been to the Anne Frank Museum, but I plan to visit in the future. I've read 'The Diary of Anne Frank' more than twice, and the feelings I get afterwards have never changed. I deeply respect Otto Frank, because the amount of strength and willpower he must have had to publish his daughter's diary, and the fact that he lived through the unimaginable. Anne Frank was one of the millions of victims of the Holocaust, and her story serves as a reminder of something that happened because of one's inability to coexist with people who are different -- a concept in which we still have a hard time fighting today. This site has allowed me a deeper, visual image of what it was like and how she lived in the 1940's. There were quite a few facts that I remained ignorant of until I visited this site, so whoever had the idea of creating this site.... Thanks!

Corrine, 15 - Columbus - United States - 24 Nov 2015

Anne was a beautiful writer. She had much enthusiasm in her diary. I too, hope to. It's the frank house. I am over all moved by her story. It makes me think what it was like to live in a hiding spot for that long.

Jaiden whitaker, 13 - Hernando - United States - 20 Nov 2015