The Telegraph has posted a picture showing what Anne Frank would have looked like at age 80, had she not died of typhus and starvation in 1945 at age 15 in the Bergen Belsen concentration camp.
The firm describes the technique as “part art, part science and a little intuition”, and bases its aged image on whatever photographs are available – which in Anne Franks’ case were of a carefree young girl.
Dr Schloss believes the loss of her mother and sister and Anne’s experiences in Auschwitz and then Bergen Belsen would have left their mark if she had lived, however.
“Personally I think she would have been more bitter and disappointed. I don’t see anything of this in the picture.”