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The Ten Boom Family. The family members marked by X were killed due to their assistance to Jewish people. Their names are printed in Hebrew below the picture

Ten Boom family - Actual photo of Jews and underground workers in the Liberation Room (parlor) at the Beje.

Ten Boom family - Actual photo of Jews and underground workers in the Liberation Room (parlor) at the Beje.

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.

Billy Graham, Corrie ten Boom, and Jeannette Clift George (actress who portrays Corrie ten Boom in the film The Hiding Place) ... Circa 1970s.     https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pam-Rosewell-Moore-Ministries/125247457541152?fref=ts

Billy Graham, Corrie ten Boom, and Jeannette Clift George (actress who portrays Corrie ten Boom in the film The Hiding Place)

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.

the ten Boom children from left: Betsie, Corrie, Nollie and Willem

Jewish girls hidden with Polish orphans in a convent/1944. click through for info on the film: Irena Sendler, In the Name of their Mothers, the story of a group of young Polish women who outwitted the Nazis to save thousands of Jewish children from certain death during WWII.

In right after the Germans invaded, Warsaw began to see trainloads of blonde, blue-eyed children being taken to "Germanization" camps in Germany.

The Ten Boom daughters. From Left to Right and Eldest to Youngest - Betsie, Nollie, and Corrie.

The ten Boom sisters - Betsie, Corrie, & Nollie ten Boom. The entire family hid Jews in their Dutch home until they were discovered by the Nazis. Corrie lived through internment at the Ravensbruck camp to write about their ordeal.

After 65 years... a brother and sister separated since the Holocaust were reunited in Israel. 78-year-old Binyamin Shilon believed for most of his life that his sister had been murdered by the Nazis, along with the rest of his family in Poland. 73-year-old Shoshana November, Shilon’s sister, had presumed him part of the six million Jews lost in the Holocaust, as well.

60 years after Holocaust, siblings reunited

After 65 years . a brother and sister separated since the Holocaust were reunited in Israel this week. Binyamin is 78 and Shilon is They had both survived the camps in Poland.

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."

Soon after being arrested by Nazis for hiding Jews in a secret room of their house, Corrie and Betsie ten Boom were sent to the Ravensbrück death camp. They were ushered to the barracks, where their noses screamed that the plumbing was backed up and the bedding was soiled and rancid. They took their place […]

Life in a Nazi Concentration Camp (Living History (Reference Point))

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