Tell us what you think

We value your comments. Fields marked * are mandatory. * Fields marked * are mandatory.


Do you have a question, please go to the contactform. If you only want to leave a comment in our guestbook you can do so on this page. Read other people's comments below on this page:

I would like to share with you something that a student of mine wrote answering the question: "What would you tell Anne Frank if you had the chance to send her an e-mail?" and the following is what Melissa Aguilar (15) wrote '...Just wanted to tell you how brave you have been hiding for so long and finding a way out through writing..After all, you could be heard all around the world even if it was a little bit late you were heard and maybe that also changed people's mind about the jewish. You are such a good model for everyone, even an excellent writer since you had that talent for touching our hearts!"

Eleonora Garitta, General Güemes. Salta - Argentina - 26 Apr 2015

It is an honor to post this here, and as a writer to write because of anne's influence with her diary. My thanks to an extraordinary young woman. May they all rest in peace.

FA Nathaniel Miller, USN Ret. , 43 - Phoenix, AZ - United States - 23 Apr 2015

This story brings me to tears every time! I can only wish I could have changed what had happen

Morgan chavis, 16 - Houston - United States - 22 Apr 2015

When I read her diary, I felt so close to Anne. As girl who is the same age when she wrote her diary, I understood how isolated she felt. We shared the same feelings. I wasn't able to confide in anyone too and every time she mentioned the criticisms and scoldings because of her outer behaviour I wanted to travel back in time and talk to her. I really wanted to be her friend and confide in each other. Although I haven't cried when I read her diary, I felt miserable in the inside.

Ezelbahar, 14 - Istanbul - Turkey - 21 Apr 2015

Ella es mi inspiración para el trabajo con adolescentes porque su edad es vital para que ellos realicen los cambios que necesita la humanidad, y veo en las palabras de Ana esa esperanza para toda la humanidad.

Fernando Zeledón, 45 - Sonsonate - El Salvador - 16 Apr 2015

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