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I have never been to the Anne Frank Museum, but I plan to visit in the future. I've read 'The Diary of Anne Frank' more than twice, and the feelings I get afterwards have never changed. I deeply respect Otto Frank, because the amount of strength and willpower he must have had to publish his daughter's diary, and the fact that he lived through the unimaginable. Anne Frank was one of the millions of victims of the Holocaust, and her story serves as a reminder of something that happened because of one's inability to coexist with people who are different -- a concept in which we still have a hard time fighting today. This site has allowed me a deeper, visual image of what it was like and how she lived in the 1940's. There were quite a few facts that I remained ignorant of until I visited this site, so whoever had the idea of creating this site.... Thanks!

Corrine, 15 - Columbus - United States - 24 Nov 2015

Anne was a beautiful writer. She had much enthusiasm in her diary. I too, hope to. It's the frank house. I am over all moved by her story. It makes me think what it was like to live in a hiding spot for that long.

Jaiden whitaker, 13 - Hernando - United States - 20 Nov 2015

I think that Anne Frank's story is a huge eye opener, and is desperately needed to be read by all. In our modern day and age it is important for us to realize what true suffering is. People think that it the end of the world if they only have 249 followers on Instagram, only have 1 bar of WiFi, or if their phone dies before they're home. It disgusts me that we are all so self absorbed in getting everyone to know and like you that we ignore those who are in need, the people who are homeless on the streets, the people sick in the hospital dying of cancer, the people who are alone in the world with not a single person to care about them. I hope that you read this and realize what just one voice can do. I'm sure if Anne was alive today, she would say the same.

Ella Prather, 12 - Canada - 18 Nov 2015

Anne did not leave us a diary. She left us a legacy. In the sight of such suffering in the world today, we must preserve freedom and despise evil. We must learn how to learn from the past.

Joseph Beattie, 21 - London - United Kingdom - 17 Nov 2015

I think Anne would want us to welcome people still being oppressed and displaced today into our hearts and homes. Anne's story is sadly still just as relevant today and the choices we all have to make. Which side of history will we be on?

Mick Marshall, 57 - Birmingham - United Kingdom - 12 Nov 2015

Love this story.

Cathy McKenzie, 51 - Winnipeg - Canada - 12 Nov 2015