The Hiding Place - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Corrie ten Boom
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Chapter 6 Summary and Analysis

Life continues to be difficult for the natives of Haarlem. It is now a crime to sing the Dutch national anthem. Yet once, when the Ten Boom's go to hear their nephew, Peter, play the organ at a local cathedral, he plays the national anthem. While some are proud of his resistance, Corrie worries that trouble will find him. Nollie, Peter's mother, hides two Jews for Willem. Peter's anthem playing is discovered, however, and he is sent to prison for illegally playing the national anthem.

Three more Haarlem Jews come to the Beje for help. Corrie recognizes that the city is too dangerous for them. When she seeks Willem's help, he urges her to find her own sources. She seeks the aid of a man in the ration's office, who steals one hundred ration cards, with plans to renew them every...

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