This free tour of Corrie Ten Boom's house, which was the genesis of her book The Hiding Place, was very good. The guide, an older woman, spoke as though she was there when Corrie, her sister, and father were hiding Jews from the Nazi's. After a somewhat lengthy description, we toured the house, and saw the very small (3 ft X 9 ft) opening behing Corrie's bed where they successfully hid the Jews. After having toured the Anne Frank house the day before, it was eye-opening how not only the Jews were sent to concentration camps...but also their helpers.
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