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Anne, You live in our hearts forever. Thoughts of you, words of you i can never forget. I must visit your place. I pray for your soul rest in peace wherever it is.

Karthikeyan, 27 - Mumbai - India - 2 Nov 2014

I grew up in Argentina. My best friend and her family were Jewish. Her and her family were like family to us. I'd like to think I would have been as brave and as courageous as "the helpers" to stand up for them had this happened during our time.

Azul, 28 - United Kingdom - 31 Oct 2014

I would like to send my sadness to Anne and her family. You're still alive there in your book. Rest in peace Anne.

Lee, 38 - Bangkok - Thailand - 30 Oct 2014

I don't think I'll ever forget the things I saw in Anne Frank's house. I also noted that several entries in her diary were made on July 11, 1942 which is my birth date. I could not stop my tears. ( Visit done on Oct. 26, 2014.t

Scarlet Advincula, 72 - Makati City - Philippines - 28 Oct 2014

What an experience visiting this house. You can feel that the sadness that remains in the house and so much more as you walk through, seeing where 8 people had to coexist and hide for 25 months. Truly a very emotional place, and puts in to perspective, even more, the diary. A tragic story, and a reminder of such horrific events that occurred during this time in history.

Todd Myers, 42 - Lawrenceville - United States - 26 Oct 2014

I feel compelled to write here. I visited the Anne Frank house last weekend and purchased two books including Anne Frank's diary from the bookshop. This was after I slowly progressed throughout the museum in what I can only describe to be a compelled silence. For me, there was no personal connection but I couldn't help but take in the vast aura of dense emotion that the museum encompassed you with. After some quiet reflection I picked up the diary (which I had read many years ago) and delved back into Anne's world. It is incredible how different you can feel after visiting what felt like just a character in a book's reality, it does just that, it becomes a real reality. Everything sinks into place and you can truly picture those couple of years in hiding. You question your own existence just as Anne had, and realise how she has impacted so many lives just by recording her existance. I cannot get her, or the terrible events of the war out of my mind, and so it should be this way, we should never forget. Humanity should be shocked to the core to remember the sins of the past so that we do not repeat them and we remind ourselves that this adverse feeling is what keeps us all good-natured and true. Anne showed us this. You will never get that annexe or those victims out of your mind and this is why I urge anyone and everyone to visit this place, history like this is imperative to all.

Holly, 24 - Somerset - United Kingdom - 25 Oct 2014