Interested in knowing more about the life and work of Corrie ten Boom? Explore and click among the links on this page.
Corrie ten Boom’s home is now a museum, and can be visited today. Click the link above for the official website, or visit at the address below.
Corrie ten Boom House
Barteljoris street 19
PO Box 2237
2002 DJ Haarlem
Phone: +31 23 5310823
Corrie ten Boom’s account of how her family sheltered Jewish people from the Nazis in wartime Holland. The book was first published in 1971 and filmed in 1975.
Corrie’s account of her travels after the Second World War, including her work among those suffering in the devastation of post-war Germany and also in an African prison.
The diary of Anne Frank, written by a young Jewish teenager who was in hiding with her family in Holland from 1942 to 1944.
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