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Topic - Bella Gutterman
Yad Vashem has collected hundreds of diaries and poems written by Jews during the Holocaust, but Rutka's diary stands out from the others, including the well-known "Diary of Anne Frank," because of the story of its discovery, said Bella Gutterman, chief editor of Yad Vashem Publishing.
"The diary itself is wonderful, about personal life, loves and envies in the shadow of the Holocaust. But it was found by her friend and we only now read it 60 years later," she said.