A book published based on new findings on how Anne Frank's hideout known as "The Diary of a Young Girl" was found by the Nazi secret police is recovered after being criticized by experts. It was decided.

Anne Frank lived in a hideout in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, during World War II in an attempt to escape the Nazi persecution of Jews, but was found and detained by secret police in 1944 and sent to a concentration camp. He died at the young age of 15 after being killed.

The reason why Anne was found by the secret police has been a mystery for many years, but a team made up of former FBI agents in the United States, etc. named a specific person and said, "A Jewish man The book was published in January based on the results of a new investigation that said, "I may have informed the hideout."

However, after publication, experts questioned the conclusions, and according to foreign media, it was pointed out in this week's discussion by experts that the investigation was based solely on hypotheses and that the evidence was misinterpreted. I did.

In response to this, the Dutch publisher announced on the 22nd that it had decided to collect the book.

In this, the publisher says, "I would like to sincerely apologize to everyone who was hurt by the contents of the book."