Anne Frank’s grave may have finally been found


Bergen-Belsen, Anne Frank The Bergen-Belsen concentration camp (Picture: Getty Images)

The final resting place of Anne Frank may have been uncovered.

The body of the iconic teenager, who died in a concentration camp in 1945, was thought to have been thrown in an unmarked mass grave.

But now the grandson of a person she may have been buried with claims to have found her in Bergen-Belsen, Germany, which was home to one of the dreaded camps.

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Anne Frank Iconic teenager Anne Frank (Picture: Getty Images)

‘One of them gave me a map on which he marked where my grandfather was buried,’ said Paul Verschure, whose grandfather was Dutch resistance fighter Jan Verschure.

He’d met with several Holocaust survivors who gave him the alleged burial spot of the 15-year-old diarist, who became famous after writing a journal about her time hiding from Nazis.

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