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My second visit to the museum and I still feel so touched by it - really makes you think about things and realise how lucky we are to have overcome such a horrific time to be alive.

Jessica, 18 - Liverpool - United Kingdom - 7 May 2015

I read the Anne Frank story when I was eleven, and I found the story very moving, I am currently 16 years old and I would love to visit the Anne Frank House.

Caitlyn, 16 - Perth - Australia - 6 May 2015

This was touching

Justin Case, 98 - Miami - United States - 1 May 2015

I think that is one of the best books I ever read.

kianna esslinger, 14 - Kennedale - United States - 28 Apr 2015

I can remember reading The Diary of Anne Frank when I was in the eighth grade back in 2002. I will never forget it, and it broke my heart to see what she went through. I was thirteen going on fourteen when I read it, and Anne was only a year older than I was when she died. She was an innocent victim of the cruel Nazis. There is so much hatred in this world and people are being so cruel even today. We need to remind ourselves that this must stop, and rember the innocent victims like Anne.

Lauren , 27 - Burlington - United States - 27 Apr 2015

My mother was in the Netherlands as well when the war broke out in 1940. She was eleven years old, and I believe she was around the same age as Anne Frank. My mother's family were split up, some non-Jewish people in the Netherlands hid my mother and kept her safe until the war ended. Her parents were not so lucky though, and both ended up being arrested by the Nazis. They both were sent to Auschwitz-Berkenau where they both died. My mother came to to United States when she was seventeen in 1946. Like Anne Frank, both of my grandparents were innocent Jewish people murdered by the Nazis. Sadly enough I never knew my maternal grandparents. For a long time my mother would not talk to my sisters and I about what happened to her as a child, but when I was fifteen I read "The Diary of Anne Frank", and I asked my mother about it. She tearfully told me what happend to her as a child and I was heartbroken when she told me. It brought my mother and I closer though. Sadly my mother died last year, but she is in heaven now and is reunited with her parents.

Leah Stein, 55 - United States - 27 Apr 2015