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I visited the museum last Tuesday and thought it was incredibly moving. I believe the greatest tragedy is that there is still so much evil that causes so much destruction and sadness because we are still yet to learn from past mistakes.

Laura Cotter, 26 - Litherland - United Kingdom - 21 Feb 2015

Hello. I wanted to write about our visit to the museum & house today. It was very emotional & moving. On my 50th birthday today it is really sad that Anne & Margot could not live long enough to mark this important milestone. Emma Thompson's quote was particularly poignant. A very well done to all the museum staff.

Jane Revell, 50 - New Forest - United Kingdom - 20 Feb 2015

My wife and I visited today February 12th. I come from a background in which family members lost their lives in the Nazi death camps. Most of them emigrated to the USA. We were lucky. I owe my existence to this good fortune. The experience today was overwhelming. Anne's death and suffering was a terrible loss. How many more like her are gone ? The questions I always leave with are; would I be brave enough to care for and shelter others at the risk of my life? Or, am I capable of complicity with such evil that put Anne into hiding ?

Steven Gleich, 69 - Wilmington, Delaware - United States - 12 Feb 2015

"I want to go on living even after my death!” ― Anne Frank. I came to Amsterdam with my daughter on the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial holiday. My daughter and I visited the Ann Frank's house because of her interest in the history of the holocaust. I was just tagging along thinking that if the line was going to be too long, I would not go. We got there so early in the morning that we walked right in. From the moment we walked into the house, I was overwhelmed with emotions as I read the writings in the walls. To think that we were walking through the same dark rooms where Ann Frank hid for two years, was surreal. When we got through to "The Helpers" room and I saw this writing on the wall, I couldn't help but burst into tears. I looked at my daughter and we were both standing there in the middle of the crowd just crying..Anna's life like the life of great martyrs like MLK, transcended her death to set an example of love courage and determination for humanity, and that's a beautiful thing! Angela Roldan Whitaker 47 and Nicole Gaitan -California - U.S- 19 Jan 2015

Angela Roldan Whitaker, 47 - San Diego - United States - 19 Jan 2015

Strange it might seem,but it is true that I came to know about Anne Frank only about 5-6 years back.Right now I am going through 'The Diary of a young girl' and I am finding it immensely captivating.

NEERAJ CHOWDHRY, 59 - New Delhi - India - 17 Jan 2015

My recent visit in December to the Anne Frank Museum/House reminded me of this quotation: "We are hoping that these youth can be seen by...the entire community, not simply as children for whom activity must be arranged, or as adjuncts to their parents, or as waiting some future time when they take on adult responsibility, but as a living creation of God necessary at this very moment for the purposes of God in a civilizing process which is now being called into existence."

Barbara Schenkel, 63 - Coppell, TX - United States - 14 Jan 2015