It remains unclear, however, when and why she decided to cover those specific pages from prying eyes. Anne had confided in her diary as until, in March 1944, she heard the Dutch Cabinet Minister announcing over the radio the importance of diaries as historical records. Two pages Anne Frank covered with brown masking paper in her now world-famous diary are secret no more, a team of Dutch researchers announced on Tuesday. They make it clear that Anne, with all her gifts, was above all also an ordinary girl. While the discovery does not necessarily disclose new information about Anne and her family, it deepens the public understanding of her personality.
She then began editing and reworking her writing, striking out some passages she deemed too personal, with the idea she could use the material as part of a novel. . Anne would die in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in March 1945, about a month before it was liberated by Allied troops. Experts from the Anne Frank House museum, the Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies and the Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands used digital techniques to uncover the hidden writing.
Copies of 'The Diary of Anne Frank' are displayed at the exhibition 'Auschwitz. Two pages of Anne Frank's world-famous diary - which she covered over with brown paper, discovering dirty jokes and a teenager's interest in sex - have been made visible with digital photo-editing techniques. Not far away' on November 28, 2017 at the Arte Canal Exhibition Centre in Madrid. In Paris they have big houses for that. Her father Otto was the only close family member who survived the Holocaust. Ronald Leopold L , executive director of the Anne Frank House, presents two unknown pages of Anne Frank's diary, during a press conference on May 15, 2018 in Amsterdam.
They backlit the pages, took photographs and used an image-processing software to make the text legible. They remained there until August 1944, when an unknown informer betrayed them to Nazi authorities, who arrested them and sent to concentration camps. He recovered her diary and published it, it would become an essential reading from the wartime period and the one of the most-read books in the world, translated in dozens of languages. .
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