Did a Jewish notary condemn Anne Frank and her family?

  • Yusuf Ozkan
  • The Hague, Netherlands

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In Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands, who reported to Anne Frank and her family, who had been taken prisoner by the Nazis and sent to a concentration camp in the house where they had been hiding during World War II, was exposed in most cases using artificial intelligence.

According to the work of an international team of 23 people who conducted research using modern technology for 6 years, Anne Frank and her family were reported by Arnold van den Berg, a leading notary in Amsterdam and a member of the Jewish Council.

It was one of the still unsolved mysteries of World War II, which revealed to Anne Frank and her family on August 4, 1944, the house they had hidden in the Prinsengracht district of Amsterdam.

How the Nazis reached Anne Frank and her family, who became one of the symbols of the Holocaust, is never known.

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