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Anne Frank’s diary at 75: why it holds a special place in Holocaust literature

The best-selling Canadian author Rosemary Sullivan recently declared that the case of Anne Frank’s betrayal had been solved.

Anne and her family, in hiding in Amsterdam, had been denounced by one Arnold van den Bergh, a well-known notary and member of the Amsterdam Jewish Council who handed over lists of Jews in hiding to the German occupiers in order to save his own family.

  • Dan Stone
  • The Conversation

Sullivan had not been one of the investigators of this issue: she had written the …

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