She who pwns people with history

Marbles that once belonged to the world’s most famous Holocaust victim - teenaged diarist Anne Frank - have turned up over seventy years after she gave them to a friend for safekeeping before she and her family went into hiding.

Anne never lived to reclaim the marbles. After hiding in an attic with her family they were betrayed to the Nazis, arrested and shipped off to concentration camps.  She died in the Bergen-Belsen camp early in 1945.

The Anne Frank House Museum in Amsterdam reported this week that Anne’s tin of marbles has been handed to it and went on display for the first time on Tuesday at an art gallery in Rotterdam.

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