Eventually the team wends its way to Arnold van den Bergh, a prosperous Jewish Dutch notary fingered in an anonymous letter to Otto Frank that was uncovered in the 1963 investigation and is given new forensic scrutiny in these pages. The argument the investigators make for van den Bergh’s culpability is convincing, if not conclusive.
Polish readers may be interested in this because accusers, like Andrew Kornbluth, author of The August Trials, insist that Polish essence is responsible for Polish crimes committed during the Holocaust. Some respond by mentioning Jewish betrayers and Jewish collaborators. No one says that they committed crimes because of some corrupt Jewish essence. Rather, they committed crimes because the Nazi occupation created a Hell on earth that made human dysfunction inevitable.
Read about "The Betrayal of Anne Frank" here.
Thanks to Jerzy for bringing this book to our attention.