Amsterdam, Netherlands:- Anne Frank and her family were Betrayed, reveals an Investigation. Jewish notary Arnold van den Bergh was named as the person who gave the Frank family up to the Nazi concentration camp, in order to save his own family.
A research was conducted in order to know the truths and NOT to convict anyone or even put up blames on the families of the generation members. The research was conducted by a team that included US FBI Agent Vincent Pankoke, supported by other historians, data analysts, and criminologists.
Anne Frank and her family were discovered and caught on 4th August 1944, from her canal-side hideout, after two years the frank family initiated the hideout.
Anne Frank died in 1945, in Bergen Belsen Concentration Camp at the age of 15. Her diary was kept safe by one of her family helpers named Miep Gies, which was published by Anne Frank’s father Otto Frank in 1947.
Hundreds of locations were researched and family contacts were looked into before finding the person who betrayed, using Big Data, which compiled all the Nazi informers and friends.
The research will be published in the book “The Betrayal of Anne Frank”.
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