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Elisabeth ‘’Betsie’ ten Boom was a Dutch Christian who, along with her father and other family members, helped many Jews escape the Nazi Holocaust during WW II - on Feb. 28, 1944 she was arrested along with her family & sent to Ravensbrück Concentration Camp in Germany with her sister Corrie, where she died at the age of 59
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Love this book ~ The Hiding Place ~ For all those who are Christians, this is an absolute must read! Betsie ten Boom, fleas, story from the Hiding Place

BETSIE TEN BOOM - Auschwitz Christian Jew, sister to Corrie ten Boom BETSIE: "Give thanks in all circumstances - It doesn't say, "in pleasant circumstances." Fleas are part of this place where God has put us.

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“If you look at the world, you'll be distressed. If you look within, you'll be depressed.

Elisabeth ‘’Betsie’ ten Boom was a Dutch Christian who, along with her father and other family members, helped many Jews escape the Nazi Holocaust during WW II - on Feb. 28, 1944 she was arrested along with her family & sent to Ravensbrück Concentration Camp in Germany with her sister Corrie, where she died at the age of 59

Elisabeth ‘’Betsie’ ten Boom was a Dutch Christian who, along with her father and other family members, helped many Jews escape the Nazi Holocaust during WW II - on Feb. 28, 1944 she was arrested along with her family & sent to Ravensbrück Concentration Camp in Germany with her sister Corrie, where she died at the age of 59

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Betsie ten Boom - "There is no pit so deep that God's love is not deeper still." Betsie encouraged her sister Corrie with those words as they suffered in a concentration camp.

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Women's concentration camp beds
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Kraler (who helped hide the Franks) was sent to a labor camp.

The historical aspect of the book is the during 1942 when Nazis swarmed all of Europe in search of Jews. The main character's dad is one of these Nazis who watches over the Jews at one of the Concentration camps.

Incredible photos of Ravensbruck, a women's only concentration camp during World War II.

This is how they slept and ate in camps. They were not well feed at all.

Women's concentration camp beds

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Imre Kertész, Hungarian writer, survived the Nazi death camps and Nobel Prize for Literature in 2002
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Imre Kertész born 9 November Hungarian author, Holocaust concentration camp survivor, and recipient of the 2002 Nobel Prize in Literature. Kertész was deported at the age of 14 to Auschwitz.

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Imre Kertész, Hungarian writer, survived the Nazi death camps and Nobel Prize for Literature in 2002

Imre Kertész, Hungarian writer, survived the Nazi death camps and Nobel Prize for Literature in 2002
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1943 Pauline van Waasdijk with her Jewish ‘hidden’ baby Marijke, whose real name was Ruth. Ruth was rescued from the crèche opposite the Hollandsche Schouwburg by Pauline van Waasdijk and Hester van Lennep. The Germans kept all the children ready for deportation in the crèche. These two woman saved about 80 children. After the war Ruth was taken to New York.
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1943 Pauline van Waasdijk with her Jewish ‘hidden’ baby Marijke, whose real name was Ruth. Ruth was rescued from the crèche opposite the Hollandsche Schouwburg by Pauline van Waasdijk and Hester van Lennep. The Germans kept all the children ready for deportation in the crèche. These two woman saved about 80 children. After the war Ruth was taken to New York.

1943 Pauline van Waasdijk with her Jewish ‘hidden’ baby Marijke, whose real name was Ruth.  Ruth was rescued from the crèche opposite the Hollandsche Schouwburg by Pauline van Waasdijk and Hester van Lennep. The Germans kept all the children ready for deportation in the crèche. These two woman saved about 80 children. After the war Ruth was taken to New York.
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Return to the Hiding Place, the sequel to "The Hiding Place" by Corrie ten Boom, is releasing this year! // Le Chaim (on the right)
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Return to the Hiding Place: This is an independent film made by one family over a span of 17 years.

The hiding place was (and still is) one of my favorite movies growing up.

This was an incredible movie about the Dutch Resistance Movement during WWII.

When the Nazis begin killing Jews in Holland, a group of youth fight to save the lives of the innocent.

Return to the Hiding Place, the sequel to "The Hiding Place" by Corrie ten Boom, is releasing this year! // Le Chaim (on the right)

Return to the Hiding Place, the sequel to "The Hiding Place" by Corrie ten Boom, is releasing this year! // Le Chaim (on the right)
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This is the Corrie Ten Boom's and family house including the hiden place where they used to hide jews during the war.
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This is the Corrie Ten Boom's and family house including the hiden place where they used to hide jews during the war.
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Ten Boom family - Actual photo of Jews and underground workers in the Liberation Room (parlor) at the Beje.
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Ten Boom family - Actual photo of Jews and underground workers in the Liberation Room (parlor) at the Beje.

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1978 - published

This is a wonderful book. I read it years ago and it made a great impression upon my life. "Don't Wrestle, Just Nestle" by Corrie Ten Boom

Ravensbrück Concentration Camp

Ravensbrück Concentration Camp Ravensbrück was a women's concentration camp during World War II, located in northern Germany, 90 km north of Berlin at a site near the village of Ravensbrück (part of Fürstenberg/Havel)

Ten Boom family - Eusie, with glasses (a Jew in hiding at the Beje) actually helping in the kitchen - Betsie is on the left.

Residents and hiding do the dishes at the safehouse Ten Boom family of Haarlem Photography during the German occupation, Dutch Photo Museum

Billy Graham and Corrie ten Boom   -   "Corrie is one of the great Christian heroines of the century," Billy Graham once said of Corrie ten Boom.

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Billy Graham and Corrie ten Boom - "Corrie is one of the great Christian heroines of the century," Billy Graham once said of Corrie ten Boom.

Lottie Moon was born in Virginia.   As an adult she became a missionary and set sail for China. She baked cookies and gave them to the people while she preached.

& you& already familiar with her story or this is your first introduction,& Lori McDaniel writes of legendary missionary Lottie Moon, & find that her somewhat terse language flows from a contagious, tenacious heart for God& mission.

Ten Boom family - Corrie's nephew Kik (brother Willem's son, Christiaan) - Kik and Corrie used to ride their bikes at night working for the Dutch Underground - the family learned in 1953 that Kik had died in 1944 at a concentration camp.

Ten Boom family - Corrie's nephew Kik (brother Willem's son, Christiaan) - Kik and Corrie used to ride their bikes at night working for the Dutch Underground - the family learned in 1953 that Kik had died in 1944 at a concentration camp.

Children. They are the most vulnerable victims of war and genocide. Between 1933 and 1945, millions of children were displaced as a result of persecution by the Nazis and their collaborators. After World War II, relief agencies photographed some of the children who survived to help find their families. Now, more than 65 years later, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is working to discover what became of these young survivors. Very, very interesting

Between 1933 and millions of children were displaced as a result of persecution by the Nazis and their collaborators. After World War II, relief agencies photographed some of the children who survived to help find their families.

Casper Ten Boom 84yr old Dutch Hero who was Arrested for Aiding Jews and resisters during WW2 he was interrogated in prison, by the Gestapo who told him they would release him because of his age so that he could "die in his own bed". He replied: "If I go home today, tomorrow I will open my door to anyone who knocks for help". When asked if he knew he could die for helping Jews, he replied, "It would be an honor to give my life for God's chosen people."

Casper Ten Boom 84yr old Dutch Hero who was Arrested for Aiding Jews and resisters during WW2 he was interrogated in prison, by the Gestapo who told him they would release him because of his age so that he could "die in his own bed". He replied: "If I go home today, tomorrow I will open my door to anyone who knocks for help". When asked if he knew he could die for helping Jews, he replied, "It would be an honor to give my life for God's chosen people."

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