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Two Hidden Pages From Anne Frank's Diary Published By Dutch Museums
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16 May 2018 02:15 AM EST

Dutch museums on Tuesday published two previously hidden pages of Anne Frank’s diary. The pages had been hidden behind a layer of sticky brown paper. The teenager probably covered the pages because she was worried other people would read them. The pages contain a series of dirty jokes and her thoughts on sex education. Frank and her family hid from the Nazis in a secret annex in a house in Amsterdam. They were discovered by Nazis in 1944. Anne Frank died aged 15 at Bergen-Belson concentration camp in 1945.

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