Devout Christian Family Shelters Jews in WWII

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During the Second World War, the ten Boom home became a refuge, a ten Boom hiding place, for fugitives and those hunted by the Nazis. By protecting these people, Casper and his daughters, Corrie and Betsie, risked their lives. This non-violent resistance against the Nazi-oppressors was the ten Boom’s way of living out their Christian faith. This faith led them to hide Jews, students who refused to cooperate with the Nazis, and members of the Dutch “underground” resistance movement. Read moreā€¦