elderly watchmaker who freezes to death
member of the NSB
former watch shop employee who becomes a German soldier
gives Corrie the four gospels
tried to help the ten Booms at Scheveningen
favored nephew who was arrested in the raid
contracts illness while in prison
blonde haired, blue eyed Jew
leader of the Haarlem resistance
nephew arrested while helping an American paratrooper
Dutch policeman, member of the Resistance
You say we could lose our lives for this child. I would consider that the greatest honor that could come to my family.
Father ten Boom tells his pastor that he would be willing to risk his life to help a Jewish child.
My wife has just been arrested. We've been hiding Jews, you see. I need six hundred guilders. There's a policeman at the station in Ermelo who can be bribed for that amount.
Jan Vogel betrays the ten Booms by setting a trap that leads to the raid on the Beje.
The vision. The night of the invasion. Willem, Nollie, Pickwick, Peter - drawn against our wills across this square. It had all been in the dream.
Corrie recalls the vision God gave her the night of the invasion.
The stamp! Hadn't a message once come to the Beje under a stamp? There was definitely something written there.
Nollie sends a letter to corrie while Corrie is in prison. She hides a message about the Jews hidden at the Beje.
I have a prison, dear lady, stronger than this one.
Lt Rahms admits he is trapped not only by the horrors of the war, by also by his sin.
Corrie, if people can be taught to hate, they can be taught to love! You must find the way...
Betsie realizes that God wants to minister to the other prisoners.
Can you not remember for whom you are working? These radios are for their fighter planes!
Corrie's supervisor at Vught tells Corrie that the Dutch prisoners sabotage German plane parts.
a series of trails or paths
evidence that would lead to guilt or arrest
a confusing series of questions
easily fooled or persuaded
Dutch silver coins
weak from hunger or sickness
official witness for legal documents
holy or sacred
members of the NSB
to determine the extent of
calmly or unconcerned
showing kindness or friendliness