The Hiding Place - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

Corrie ten Boom
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Chapter 9 Summary and Analysis

On February 28 of 1944, authorities raid the Beje for real. Corrie, sick with the flu, has been in bed for two days. The four Jews hide safely in the secret room, though Corrie must leave without the bag she packed for just such an event, because it lies directly in front of the door to the hiding place. When the solider takes Corrie to the kitchen where the family assembles for questioning, she sees that they, in fact, found the hiding place of the valuables right away. Betsie and Corrie are both beaten for information about the underground, though neither divulges any details. In fact, after the beating, Betsie tells Corrie that she feels sorry for the soldiers and the hate they feel.

The family arrives at a facility to be processed for prison. As they await transport, Rolf directs them to...

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