“The Diary of Anne Frank” is a Fraud

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In 1980, because of a lawsuit in a German court, the German state forensic bureau, the Bundes Kriminal Amt [BKA], forensically examined the original “diary” manuscript. Their analysis determined that “significant” portions of the work were written with a ballpoint pen. Since ballpoint pens were not available before 1951, portions of the work were added well after the war (Anne Frank died in March 1945).

The BKA also determined that none of the “diary” handwriting matched known examples of Anne’s handwriting. Earlier handwriting experts had determined that all of the writing in the “diary” was by the same hand. Therefore, the entire “diary” was a postwar fake.

The true author of the diary was Jewish novelist Meyer Levin, who demanded and was awarded $50,000 in payment for his work in a court action against Anne’s father, Otto Frank.

Article #1 : “The Anne Frank Diary Fraud” by Brian Harring

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11 Responses to “The Diary of Anne Frank” is a Fraud

  1. Yes, another jew hero for us to fawn over. Time always tells the truth.

  2. sotomayor111 says:

    no, maybe gugul…”Anne Frank story was a myth”….there was an actual law suit from some kike Levin in New York

  3. I read about the lawsuit. You mentioned a fake love story. Was it about a “german girl who tossed apples over the wire to some kike and he married her?

  4. sotomayor111 says:

    yes, that lovestory….when cornered, the kike sais…”in my mind and heart it was true”

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