Anne Frank's Diary
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 Anne Frank Diary Fraud Finally Admitted
[2015 Nov] The Diary of Anne & Otto Frank! Introduction by Gilad Atzmon: For decades those who questioned the authenticity of Anne Frank’s diary have been castigated as vile holocaust deniers and anti-Semitic bigots. Jewish organisations have taken pains to defy any attempt to interfere with the Anne Frank legacy. Surprise, it is now the holders of the copyright to Anne Frank’s diary who insist that Anne wasn’t the only author of her own diary. Apparently, as some history revisionists, including Robert Faurisson, have been claiming for years; “The Diary of Anne Frank” was not what it claimed to be. What caused the sudden change in attitude to Anne’s masterpiece? Shekels. The Diary Of Anne Frank’s copyright is due to expire in Jan, 70 years after the author’s death in Bergen-Belsen. Adding Otto Frank as a co-author would allow the copyright royalties to continue until 2050 (Otto Frank died in 1980). We are dealing here with a substantial amount of mammon. After all, the diary is the best selling Jewish book, it is way more popular than the Talmud, the Torah or even Herzl’s The Jewish State . This shameless shift in narrative provides another opportunity to delve into the elastic nature of Jewish history and its minimal regard for truth or authenticity. Once enough money is involved, we change the past to fit with our emerging narrative.
 The Anne Frank Diary Fraud by Brian Harring
Is The Diary of Anne Frank genuine? by Robert Faurisson
The Anne Frank Diary Fraud (tests prove majority of manuscript werre written with a ball-point pen, not invented prior to 1951...oops!)
Anne Frank's Diary, A Hoax by Ditlieb Felderer
Felderer published a book showing that the Anne Frank diary was a hoax; his research included examining the building where the Anne Frank Museum was located today, samples of the girl's handwriting and the internal contradictions within the diary itself. Felderer wrote to Otto Frank, Anne Frank's father, requesting the opportunity to examine the actual handwritten diary. This request was denied. Felderer suggested in his book that an analysis of the diary ink should be made to determine authenticity; this was later done on part of the manuscript in a West German court proceeding. This analysis found that certain parts of the diary were written in ball-point pen and therefore must have been written after the war since ball-point pens were not sold during the war. Although Felderer was investigated in 1979 by the Swedish Attorney General concerning this book, no cause for any charge was found. Zündel was aware of the book and the investigation. (19-4529 to 4532) [Ditlieb Felderer] The 'False News' Trial of Ernst Zündel -- 1988
The truth about the Anne Frank Diary was first revealed in 1959 by the
Swedish journal Fria Ord. It established that the Jewish novelist Meyer Levin
had written the dialogue of the "diary" and was demanding payment for his work
in a court action against Otto Frank. A condensation of the Swedish articles
appeared in the American Economic Council Letter, April 15th, 1959, as follows:
"History has many examples of myths that live a longer and richer life than
truth, and may become more effective than truth. "The Western World has for some
years been made aware of a Jewish girl through the medium of what purports to be
her personally written story, Anne Frank's Diary. Any informed literary
inspection of this book would have shown it to have been impossible as the work
of a teenager.
"A noteworthy decision of the New York Supreme Court confirms this point of view, in that the well known American Jewish writer, Meyer Levin, has been awarded $50,000 to be paid him by the father of Anne Frank as an honorarium for Levin's work on the Anne Frank Diary."
Mr. Frank, in Switzerland, has promised to pay to his race kin, Meyer Levin, not less than $50,000 because he had used the dialogue of Author Levin just as it was and "implanted" it in the diary as being his daughter's intellectual work." Further inquiries brought a reply on May 7th, 1962 from a firm of New York lawyers, which stated: "I was the attorney for Meyer Levin in his action against Otto Frank, and others. It is true that a jury awarded Mr. Levin $50,000 in damages, as indicated in your letter. That award was later set aside by the trial justice, Hon. Samuel C. Coleman, on the ground that the damages had not been proved in the manner required by law. The action was subsequently settled while an appeal from Judge Coleman's decision was pending. Did Six Million Really Die? by Richard Harwood
The 15-year-old girl and her father, Otto Frank, were deported from the
Netherlands to Auschwitz in September 1944. Several weeks later, in the face of
the advancing Soviet army, Anne was evacuated along with many other Jews to the
Bergen-Belsen camp, where she died of typhus in March 1945.
Her father came down with typhus in Auschwitz and was sent to the camp hospital to recover. He was one of thousands of sick and feeble Jews who were left behind when the Germans abandoned the camp in January 1945, shortly before it was overrun by the Soviets. He died in Switzerland in 1980. If the German policy had been to kill Anne Frank, neither she, nor her father and sister (along with many other Jews), would not have "survived" Auschwitz. "As tragic as it was," said Weber, "their fate cannot be reconciled with the extermination story."  Debating the Undebatable: The Weber-Shermer Clash