Corrie Ten Boom
She is a watchmaker, who turns into the leader of an underground group, which hides Jews during World War II. Furthermore, she shares the story of her imprisonment in the German concentration camp. The story is told from her point of view. She shares details of the most personal nature, from growing up and falling in love, to suffering humiliation at the hands of the German guards.
Casper Ten Boom
He works in Haarlem as a watchmaker and repairman, like his father and grandfather before him. He dispenses advice on death, love and sex with a calm, reasonable manner. He does not throw knowledge around to gratify himself, but weighs every answer and gives an appropriate response for the situation. In the end, he sacrifices even his own life when he refuses to give up his work in the underground and, instead, is sent to...
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