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I couldn't help but notice all the little kids walking around and think to myself, "Wow, Anne Frank was their age."

Ron Drummer, 30 - Olathe - United States - 13 May 2016

Anne Frank truly opened my eyes to exactly how hard life was for the Jews during the holocaust. I read about it in textbooks at school but I experienced the real suffering with Anne. She is a true epitome of a person with perseverance and optimism. I loved reading her diary and learning her story.

Alayna, United Kingdom - 12 May 2016

Anne Frank made me think about how life was for Jews. It made me feel sad when I read her diary entries, and saw the movie. I think that I totally look up to her, because she knew what was right and wrong. What Hitler did was very wrong. He wanted to kill Jewish people for no apparent reason. He did it with pleasure thinking that what he did was right, when really what he did was terrible. If I was Anne Frank I would do the same and care for others just like her. She was brave and grateful. When I read her diary, I got to learn more about Anne Frank, her story, and the Nazi's. I liked it even more, because we could see it in her perspective. I think that the movie and the diary were equally as good. I learned and love Anne Frank.

Frida, 12 - El Sobrante - United States - 10 May 2016

I'm Jewish and I have lived in the United States all of my life. I know what it is like to be persecuted though. I can remember starting school in this country of the United States and other children calling me a dirty Jew. It was horrible for me, and I did not suffer anything like Anne Frank did who died at fifteen. How horrible and my heart breaks for her. My aunt escaped Austria, but both of her parents were killed. My father escaped Germany before the war broke out, so compared the Jewish people who were in Europe I was fortunate. I love this site, and when people deny that the Holocaust happened it makes me upset, because it was my people who suffered under the hands of the Nazis. God bless Anne Frank who is an angel in heaven now.

Margaret, 77 - United States - 6 May 2016

Recently in our class we have been learning about World War 2. We have also been learning about Anne Frank. I think Anne Frank was a great person and a brilliant writer. I’ve only read clipping of The Diary Of Anne Frank, but I have watched to move. What would the world be like if Anne Frank did not die, I wonder. I imagine that there would be a lot more great books and a holiday for Anne Frank. She had a way with placing her words on the page in away that was so beautiful. Also she writing was always interesting and from Anne Frank’s word you could tell that she wrote with feel. What I mean by she wrote with feeling is You could tell when she was made or sad or when she is just ok. Anne frank had such a good way with words that I think she would be a great fiction write and she would have a very interesting biography. One thing I nodes was how brave Anne was. She would have to be brave with all of the bombs going off. The last thing I noticed was that Anne spoke her mind and If she. What I mean is that If she was thinking about strawberries than she would say she was thinking about strawberries or write about strawberries.

bro, 12 - pinole - United States - 5 May 2016

Ich war mit meiner Tochter Ende März im Anne Frank Haus. Wir konnten keine Karten vorbestellen. Wir haben 3 1/2 Stunden bei Kälte, Wind und Regen angestanden - und nach dem Besuch haben wir gesagt, wir würden die Wartezeit jederzeit wieder in Kauf nehmen. Auch meine 15-jährige Tochter sagte das. Dieses Museum ist berührend, ganz schrecklich zu wissen, das diese Menschen hier, an diesem Ort, wirklich gelebt haben. Ich war sehr gerührt, habe wirklich weinen müssen. Was haben diese schrecklichen Nazis ganz normalen Menschen angetan, und das millionenfach ... hier schäme ich mich, deutsch zu sein. Bitte besuchen Sie diese Stätte!

Beate Köthe, 58 - Lohfelden, Deutschland - Germany - 5 May 2016