In the shadow of this week's tragedy at the Holocaust Museum in D.C., another memorial is getting set to recognize a milestone. The Anne Frank House, the museum where Holocaust victim grew up, puts all of her original diaries on permanent display in honor of her 80th birthday on Friday. The famous Anne Frank Diaries have been sealed in archives at the Netherlands Institute for War Documentation, but will now return to the very spot on which they were written. This week, scientists also unveiled an "age-progressed" picture of what Anne Frank would have looked like today had she survived.
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