Ronald Leopold, director of the Anne Frank Museum, answers questions next to a map showing the geographical spread of the Jewish community in the capital in May 1941, during an interview in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on Monday 17 January 2022. A cold case team that has been fine-tuning evidence for five years may have solved one of World War II’s enduring mysteries: Who betrayed the Jewish teen diary writer Anne Frank and her family? Their answer, outlined in a new book, is that it was most likely a Jewish lawyer named Arnold van den Bergh. (Peter Dejong / AP)
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