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This exhibit is amazing. I never really understood how difficult it was to be in that annex but now that i know, I'm not sure how they did it. I don't think I could have lasted so long in those conditions. It taught me how strong people had to be during the holocaust. Learning about the holocaust is important because we have to know about our history and what guided us to the freedom we have today.

Liselenna Morales, 15 - jersey city - United States - 24 Nov 2013

I visited in 1963 and have never forgotten it, I will be back in September 2014. Thank you for maintaining this. Lest we forget!

Shelagh Heeney, Toronto - Canada - 23 Nov 2013

it was very important many people lost their life's in this. I feel bad for the them I wish they never had to go through this mess. We all would like to go back and try to change what happen to the people. Pray for the people that was taking away from this place

faith , United Kingdom - 22 Nov 2013

this is a very nice website and it is really helpful

Jared Gentry, 13 - Plymouth, IN - United States - 21 Nov 2013

This is a great website. It allows me to visit the hiding place until we can afford to actually come there. My heart still goes out to all of the families that suffered during this horrific time period. It doesn't matter that I didn't know them, I just respect their struggle and I want them to know that they mean/meant something to somebody...Me. God Bless You/Them all.

Leslie Pulliam, 46 - Plano - United States - 20 Nov 2013

Thank you to all the people who worked and still work for Anne Frank House project. This place is so magical that every corner of it made me feel so many emotions at once. I was born in Moscow exactly on the same day and 50 years after the Frank family went into hiding there and I read her diary when I was her age. I think I was meant to meet her through her words and I'm sad I'll never be able to tell her what a clever and lively girl she was. For that, it's wonderful to see how many people come to this museum and learn that discrimination and hate is as lethal as it can be. Once again, thank you all for making this possible!

Gladys C.K, 22 - London - United Kingdom - 18 Nov 2013