Teresien da Silva, left, and Ronald Leopold of the Anne Frank Foundation show a facsimile of Anne Frank's diary with two pages taped off during a press conference at the foundation's office in Amsterdam, Netherlands on May 15. Researchers have used digital photo editing techniques to uncover the text on two pages from Anne Frank's world famous diary that the teenage Jewish diarist had covered with brown masking paper, revealing risque jokes.
Lauren Padgett, Cox Media Group National Content Desk
Risque jokes hidden in Anne Frank’s diary have been discovered over 70 years after the publication of “The Diary of a Young Girl,” the Anne Frank House announced Tuesday.
Researchers in the Netherlands found two pages of the then 13-year-old’s diary, with the red-checked cover, were covered up with brown masking paper.