The remains of one of the world’s most famous Holocaust victims, Anne Frank, may have been found in a newly discovered burial pit.

Daily Mail – A burial pit found near the site of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp may contain the remains of Anne Frank.

The mass grave, in what is now a field at the end of the German camp’s former main road, was pinpointed with the help of Holocaust survivors.

It is believed to contain the remains of teenage diarist Anne, who died at the camp aged 15, as well as her sister Margot and Jan Verschure, a member of the Dutch resistance.

Mr Verschure’s grandson Paul led the search for the burial pit with a team of Dutch researchers after speaking to survivors of the concentration camp to help pinpoint the burial site.

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