In Holland haben sie Anne Franks Murmeln wiedergefunden.
Shortly before Anne Frank and her family went into hiding from the Nazis, she gave some of her toys to a non-Jewish girlfriend who lived in the building next door. […]
"'I'm worried about my marbles, because I'm scared they might fall into the wrong hands,'" Kupers said Anne told her. "'Could you keep them for me for a little while?'" […] "So many people know about Anne Frank because of the diary, which was written under such unusual circumstances," da Silva said. "(But) the marbles are a reminder that she was just a little girl."