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Corrie ten Boom

      Many Christians know the story of Corrie ten Boom through her book The Hiding Place, and the motion picture released by the same name in the 1970s.

      It is the story of a Gentile Christian family who spearheaded a rescue operation in Holland that helped hundreds of Jews escape the Nazi extermination camps.

      Like faithful Ruth, the ten Booms took their allegiance to the Jews seriously.

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