This intense story is a superbly produced drama about the lives, sufferings, and triumphant joys of the ten Boom family. Imprisoned in Nazi Germany's Ravensbrook concentration camp for helping to save the lives of Jews by harboring them in their Holland home, Corrie ten Boom and her sister, Betsie, suffer inhuman treatment at the hands of Nazi prison guards. The love between the two sisters and toward their God deepens as their trials intensify.
An old watchmaker in Holland. His two spinster daughters, Corrie and Betsie. Simple, ordinary people. Yet these three unlikely heroes became the center of a major underground operation. Their operation: to hide Jewish refugees from the occupying Germans.
These kindly, law-abiding people broke every rule in the book to save the lives of the men, women and children being hunted by the Nazis. They built a secret chamber in their home, smuggled in food and supplies, procured stolen ration cards. Yet even when they were betrayed and sent away to the dreaded Ravensbruck concentration camp, they managed to create another Hiding Place for those around them...
Recorded in London, England, and also in Holland – at the actual house in Haarlem where the ten Boom family sheltered Jewish refugees – The Hiding Place is a Radio Theatre production unlike any other. The all-star cast includes Wendy Craig (Radio Theatre’s The Chronicles of Narnia) and Isla Blair (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade), and features a stirring original score by Jared DePasquale.
The Hiding Place is an unforgettable true story that shows the cost of standing for justice and humanity in the face of evil.
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The version I listened to.
The link to her museum: