The Hiding Place
Ten Boom family members were eventually betrayed by informants and were sent to concentration camps where most died, except Corrie ten Boom, who went on to tell the story of the family’s work with the Resistance movement. Her autobiographical book, The Hiding Place, was published in 1971 and made into a full-length feature film of the same name in 1975 and starred Jeannette Clift and Julie Harris.
Hans Poley (center) with Jewish friends who were all in hiding at the Beje. The two on the right are Mary and Eusie. May 13, 1943 - The Ten Booms take young Dutchman Hans Poley into hiding; he becomes involved in the underground. February 5, 1944 - Hans is arrested on trying to warn another family of a Gestapo raid.