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What a place, I was moved to tears xxx

Sara winterflood, 43 - Canterbury - United Kingdom - 19 Feb 2014

What an amazing experience. I thought how my grandaughter would have felt. The world must never forget and must never allow this to happen again.

Peter Sherry, 62 - Liverpool - United Kingdom - 19 Feb 2014

Anne Frank the diary of a young girl was the best book I have ever read because I leant that she was just a normal teenage girl who tried to stay positive through a heartbreaking situation that happened in Holland and she has helped me stay positive what ever life throws at you

Shayna Johnson , 15 - Melbourne VIC - Australia - 13 Feb 2014

Anne Frank is truly an inspiration to me. One of my favorite quotes if from her, "and even though it all, I truly believe people are good at heart." She teaches you to really believe in others. Even though she never made it passed the war it was her optimism that kept her alive for so long. Its because of her hope that we can learn from the holocaust. If she hadn't gotten the diary on he birthday, If Miep never saved it, If anything different happened, we wouldn't know of half the things we know now.

Desiree, 14 - United States - 12 Feb 2014

I'm enjoy seeing Anne Frank's house! :)

Natasha Tuesday Goswell Andrews, 17 - Richmond UK - United Kingdom - 11 Feb 2014

My 13 year old daughter is, at the moment, making a school project on Anne Frank (a subject I, regretfully, never was given the privilege to do). Although years have passed for me my interest in history has been rekindled since my daughters have their homework and after spending the last 3 hours reading up and following her story I will be hunting out a copy of her diary to read as the strength she -and the millions who have been victims of oppression and murder- should never be forgotten in human history so their sufferings should never be repeated. Totally incredible- and to think I worry about the little things which pale in comparison to what this brave girl, her family and those like her went through. May such travesties never be repeated and the present ones be stopped.

sean, 41 - telford - United Kingdom - 10 Feb 2014