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For the past term I have been studying a version of 'The Diary of Anne Frank' that had been adapted into a play. The play really interested me, and helped me to put a person and a story to the six million Jews killed in the holocaust. It has inspired me to want to read the actual diary, and to look for other stories. It shows how precious human life is, and how history must be remembered so it does not repeat.

Noah Lindström, 14 - Melbourne - Australia - 18 Sep 2015

The Play of The Diary of Anne Frank is a heart-warming and eye-opening book about the dangers and sadness involved in WWII. Being Anne’s age it was easy to connect with some of her thoughts involved in the process of growing up and adolescence. However, when it came to the war it was impossible to connect with her story and fully understand what she went through. Anne, in my opinion, was forced to grow up faster than any normal 13 year old. Anne was strong, brave and wouldn’t let anything or anyone break her spirit or bring her down. The story, although it didn’t end with a happy ending, was still a happy story in some ways. Anne was so talented and we should all be so grateful to have been able to explore her talents and witness what she witnessed through her strong and meaningful writing. Anne is an important historical figure and that is what she is known for. She is known for her writing and her experience throughout WWII but I feel like everyone is forgetting something. Anne was one of the 6 million Jews killed during the holocaust and she was one of the 1.5 million children killed but putting numbers and the war aside. Anne was a kid. A child who was punished for being human and a child who was discriminated against from a young age. Personally I don’t think I will ever forget the story of Anne Frank and I will definitely not forget Anne.

Holly. E, 14 - Melbourne - Australia - 18 Sep 2015

The first time picking up and reading your diary I really had no idea about what I was reading. I didn't know about Nazis or Holocausts or Propaganda. Your story is filled with memories, sadness, strength, hope and faith. I feel so sad when I think about how much you had to go through as a young girl. Isn't it sad when you get hurt so much that you finally say, "I'm used to it." I can't comprehend the number 6 million. The amount of pain and loneliness that not only you have faced but an entire country. Your memories and thoughts that you have recorded are held in this wonderful diary for the rest of eternity. You will continue to inspire and make us better people forever. Thankyou for your contribution to generations to come.

Bella M, 13 - Melbourne - Australia - 18 Sep 2015

No one can read The Diary of Anne Frank and go away without taking in a very valuable lesson. Focusing on the problems of growing up, dealing with tough times and these concepts really strengthens your values and understandings. Throughout the diary, young teens will be able to relate to Anne's disagreements with her sister and parents and most people understand how hard it is to face your biggest fears. Anne taught us all something to remember forever. I know I will always remember how The Play Of The Diary Of Anne Frank ends "Despite everything, I believe that people are really good at heart." I know it will live with me forever.

Amber , Melbourne - Australia - 18 Sep 2015

Dear Kitty, In recent times i have read The Diary of Anne Frank and the play version. I have discovered your story, and your emotions. Just an ordinary teenage girl having to survive in the worst situation possible. Anne and the others in hiding are truly the meaning of courage and strength. I hope that we all remember what happened during this time so that such horrific events will not occur again. I have visited the Holocaust museum in Melbourne but i have not yet had the opportunity to visit the Annex. In the future i greatly wish that i will learn more about you and read more about you. You have taught me to stay strong and to keep going even in the worst of situations. Thankyou Anne for leaving your amazing diary for us to read. Thankyou.

Elizabeth Delafosse, 13 - Melbourne - Australia - 18 Sep 2015

What kind of a person could do such things as what was done to the Jews in Nazi Germany. It's a good thing that we have such resources as to remember the hardships the Jews faced. Thanks!

Daniel Saliba, 13 - Melbourne - Australia - 18 Sep 2015