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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

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.

Corrie Ten Boom - hid Jews during WII  Read her book "The Hiding Place" and see what all she and her family went through to protect the people they loved.  ...makes you hate Nazis even more so...

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Corrie ten Boom was a Dutch Christian lady who helped save the lives of dozens of persecuted Jews during In 1944 the Nazis arrested her whole family. Her elderly father died ten days later and…

Corrie Ten Boom with her father & sister & some of the children they took in & cared for, Haarlem Holland

Corrie Ten Boom with her father & sister & some of the children they took in & cared for, Haarlem Holland. Reading about Corrie and her family in her Autobiography really made me grow fond of them.

Born in Holland in 1892, Corrie ten Boom was 48 when the Nazi’s invaded in 1940. Corrie, her older sister, and elderly father risked their lives to take in Jewish refugees and hide them in a tiny room at the top of their house. Their story was recorded in a book called The Hiding Place and recreated in a movie of the same name.

Christian Heroes of The Holocaust: Betsie, Willem, Nollie and Corrie Ten Boom. If you are too young to have read The Hiding Place or seen the movie, do it soon! I wondered what Corrie looked like as a young woman and here she is.

Betsie, Willem, Nollie & Corrie Ten Boom. To some degree all helped to hide Holland's Jews in WWII. Corrie's story is told in the book/movie The Hiding Place. Unforgettable story!

Betsie, Willem, Nollie & Corrie Ten Boom as children. To some degree all helped to hide Holland's Jews in WWII. Corrie's story is told in the book/movie The Hiding Place.

Cornelia "Corrie" Ten Boom (1892 - 1983) was a Dutch spinster, who along with her family, aided many Jews to escape the Nazi Holocaust of World War II. They were devout Christians.

Corrie Ten Boom survived a concentration camp but had family members that did not. She has authored many books and spoke widely about her faith.

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