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I first visited the Anne Frank House in August 2011 and was very touched by it and thoroughly enjoyed it. Now I'm planning my second trip back to the house and third holiday in the Netherlands. It's a truly wonderful place. The story of Anne and her Family is very important in World History and should never be forgotten.

Lewis, 15 - Gateshead - United Kingdom - 27 May 2015

Maintain the amazing work !! Lovin' it!

ed australia, 25 - Neumunster - Germany - 26 May 2015

Her dream was to become a writer after the war ends. The war ended but Anne was no more in this world. But still, her dream came true, her book is in our hands today. We know her as a thinker, a writer and a sweet little girl who never took things as every one else does, she was different. I love Anne. She's my real hero.

Tehmina kalwar, 20 - hyderabad - Pakistan - 25 May 2015

Anne Frank was a remarkable young woman with a profound vocabulary. We owe it to the common person to read such an insightful book as this, to see the inside world of real terror. Without her writings, we may have never gotten a real look at what these times felt like. Especially for a young girl as herself. The book is like An Imperial Affliction where it ends without an end, except reality takes over and its obvious that she got taken away. Reading this book is real. It really happened and its not a dream. Reality is a bitch. And humans are the monsters that exist in this tall tale.

sarwan_Memon, 22 - Hyderabad - Pakistan - 25 May 2015

Very inspiring!!

Samantha, 14 - Pana - United States - 21 May 2015

I would like to see the Annex in person, but the virtual tour gave me a good idea.

Madylyn Rowley, 14 - Pana, Illinois - United States - 21 May 2015