Finally, the long time fraud of Anne Frank's diary was publicly admitted by the Anne Frank
Foundation. Anne Frank's diary was co-authored by her father and thus the credibility of
the diary ultimately comes to an end.
The official admissions from the Anne Frank Foundation,
and the evidence of two distinct handwritings:
The Basel, Switzerland, Anne Frank Fonds (Anne Frank Fund), which controls the copyright
to the Diary of Anne Frank, has admitted that the book was in fact at least co-authored by
Otto Frank, Anne’s father, after the war.
The admission proves that the book, which is still heavily promoted as a "holocaust memoir",
is in fact largely a postwar fabrication which contained parts of the young Anne’s diary with
extensive additions added by her father. This is obvious from even a cursory look at the
actual diary. See, for example, the image below of two pages from the diary, which shows
both Anne’s real youthful handwriting and