"I don't want to have lived in vain like most people. I want to be useful or bring enjoyment to people, even those I've never met. I want to go on living even after my death! And that's why I'm grateful to God for having given me this gift, which I can use to develop and to express all that's inside me!" (Anne Frank, Wednesday April 5th 1944)

Welcome to my website, my tribute to Anne Frank. Anne is a part of my life since a saw a movie on her at school, in 1998. This was the first time I "met" her and Wei├čen Rose. I have read her diary only about a month later. I wanted to show how much I care, and I actively wanted to do something to remind people of her and of the cruelties that happened back then. So I made this website. It's not only dedicated to Anne and her family, but also to every other victim of the WWII Holocaust. Anne Frank was only one of 6,000,000 innocent people who got killed in this cruel event of history - killed because they were Jewish. I'm no professional webdesigner nor am I a historian - and that's not my desire. What really intend is simple: By this website, I want to move people to think and - above all - to remember.

"From the many, who stood up for the dignity of humans in times of deep sorrow and big losses, no voice is more urgent than Anne Frank's." (John F. Kennedy)

"An individual like Anne Frank arouses more sympathy than the uncounted people who suffered just like her, but whose stories remained unknown. Maybe it must be like that; if we could or would have to suffer the sorrows of all of them, we would not be able to live." (Primo Levi)