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I first visited the ANNE FRANK HOUSE, in 1968 when I was just 18, visiting Europe with my parents, I was touched to the core, couldn't believe the bravery of these people and how sad it was that just before the war was over they were discovered. I said I would be back to visit and in 2008 my husband and our daughter visited again, and again, I was touched to the point of crying, as were they. God bless them all.

Carole Hillier, 64 - Fortune - Canada - 30 Sep 2014

I had gone to the Anne Frank house, and it was amazing to stand in the place where the Diary was lived out and it was truly amazing. Anne Frank is one of my Hero's!

Leah King, 45 - Golden Valley - United States - 26 Sep 2014

Eu li o livro, e me apaixonei por esta história incrivel de superação! Fico me colocando no lugar dela, na época! Admiração incrivel por Anne! Meu sonho é conhecer este museu, e um dia irei realizá-lo..

Eduarda, 16 - Bragança Paulista - Brazil - 20 Sep 2014

Thank you Anne frank for telling your story because I now know how lucky I am. My question is (Is there any more information on life in Germany?)rest in peace Anne Frank

Kathryn, 14 - Rossford - United States - 17 Sep 2014

Truly amazing life story. May she always rest in peace.

Aris, Agios Nikolaos - Greece - 12 Sep 2014

I am being home educated and my mum is teaching me about Anne Frank and WW2. I think Anne and the people in the annex were all very brave, her story is very sad but very interesting to learn about. I feel very lucky to live like we do now I don't know if I could live like Anne. Thank you for Anne for showing me how lucky I am and for her Dad for keeping her last wish.

jamie lawson, 6 - warrington - United Kingdom - 10 Sep 2014