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I read the book, saw the film and can't get it all out of my mind. It dented my heart with a sadness unique to any other. Senseless brutality--cutting short precious lives especially of Anne's--so full of promise--so many dreams. I've met her through the pages of her diary and I will never forget her. Phrases sometimes lose tenacity when said too often, but no "IT MUST NEVER HAPPEN AGAIN!". I know they are in God's care where no one will ever hurt them again.

Linda Ehmann, United States - 15 Apr 2015

oh Anne, beautiful Anne. how i would have loved to have met her. Her words speak to me and clash with my mind in a way i cant explain. Your words will live so much of a legacy on me that i will get your quote " Look not at the misery, but at the beauty that still remains" tattooed on me the moment i turn 18. How i hope to visit this place one day. I can't wait to meet her in heaven.

Chelsey carden, 16 - Durham Nc - United States - 15 Apr 2015

I was so inspired by her diary - I then read "Roses from the Earth" - a biography of Anne by Carol A Lee, and my respect for Anne then went into the stratosphere Anne's reputation and legacy will never reach that of Jesus Christ, but for a human, she unwittingly has made a massive impact on humanity.

Rob Newman, 58 - Sutton Coldfield - United Kingdom - 14 Apr 2015

A very moving story and place. Reminds us that we must always seek to challenge prejudice and discrimination. If nothing is challenged, nothing will ever change.

Doug Betts, 36 - Ipswich - United Kingdom - 11 Apr 2015

Dear Magot, and Anne, and your mother....I am so very sorry you had to suffer unspeakable degradation, and torture, amid the hands of the very people you held hope for, Rest in Peace...I hope I meet you all someday.

sharonl lojun, 53 - overland park - United States - 11 Apr 2015

i started to read the "diary of a young girl" since last week and although i'm not finished yet I've learned a lot of atruggles and also learnings since the world war 2. i wanted to visit the anne frank museum not because its one of the tourist spot in amsterdam but also to share to the people that who doesnt knew anne frank. Eventhough at her early age she is being sensitive in her environment and also in her simple notes in writing her diary it has an impact to us a people to be a braver enough to face the struggles like this and observe the world in a simpler way. If anne Frank lives today i just want to meet her and thank her for sharing her diary all over the world and eventhough a diary is for us defines as a confidential file and a prohibited to read except the writer. I'm also admire her for being honest and real for herself when it comes to sharing her feelings . through her diary i feel her sadness, struggles and loneliness deep inside . I hope that you read my comment and reply through my email. :)

amalets enriquez, 20 - makati - Philippines - 10 Apr 2015