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Corrie Ten Boom's Prison Letters (1975)
In 1944, as an act of resistance and commitment to their Christian faith, Corrie ten Boom and her family hid Dutch Jews from the Nazi regime. As a result, Corrie and her family were captured and imprisoned at Scheveningen and the concentration camp, Vught. While imprisoned, she communicated with her loved ones through letters filled with stories of unimaginable trials, resilience, and her unfailing faith in the Lord. This collection of deeply-moving letters represents the only tie between Corrie, her loved ones, and the outside world. It serves as a testament to her love and devotion to Christ and provides inspiration to us all.
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)940.54724920924 — History and Geography Europe Europe 1918- Military History Of World War II Prisoners of war; medical and social services
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