Corrie Ten Boom
On our daily walk, father and I saw the symptoms spread. A sign in a shop window: JEWS WILL NOT BE SERVED. At the entrance to a public park: NO JEWS. On the door of the library. In front of restaurants, theaters, even the concert halls whose alley we knew so much better that it's seats. -Corrie Ten Boom (The Hiding Place)
Corrie Ten Boom was a young women when the war started. She had one sibling named Elizabeth ten Boom also called Betsie. Her father was Caspar Ten Boom. She was a Dutch Christian who helped the Jews escape the Nazis.