Posted on 01/20/2022 at 11:50 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Since 1947, when Anne Frank's diary was first published, readers and history buffs have wondered how the Nazis ultimately found her and her family.

So it makes perfect sense as to why an investigative team would've dedicated itself to coming up with a theory.

But the author of a book on that recent quest, Rosemary Sullivan, said there are other compelling reasons to seek answers beyond simply satisfying the human urge to know.

Sullivan spoke with NPR's Mary Louise Kelly about the motivation for the investigation in The Betrayal Of Anne Frank, which you can read on NPR's website or listen to below.

(An important note: We realize that many scholars disagree with the book's conclusions and have linked to that coverage below the NPR audio.)

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