Retired FBI agent Vince Pankoke is launching an investigation into who exactly informed the Nazis that Anne Frank and her family were hiding in the annex in Amsterdam in 1944. Using new software that can organize and analyze large amounts of data, Pankoke believes he can get to the bottom of what he calls "the ultimate cold case".
The copyright on Anne Frank's Diary may or may not expire tomorrow, January 1st, 2016. The Anne Frank Fund in Basel, Switzerland is threatening a lawsuit to keep the diary out of public domain a while longer
It seems inevitable that the question of whether or not Anne Frank's diary will enter public domain on January 1st next year will end in a lawsuit between the Swiss Anne Frank Fund and the Amsterdam Anne Frank Foundation.
Nearly 1.2 million people visited the Anne Frank House in 2013. The museum on the Prinsengracht saw an increase of about 42,000 guests to 1,195,456.
A Dutch court is set to decide on the legal dispute involving Anne Frank's archive. Judgment has already been deferred a few times.