The Hiding Place - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

Corrie ten Boom
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Chapter 12 Summary and Analysis

Shortly after the meeting in Rehms' office, the prisoners receive orders to prepare for evacuation. Many hours later, the prisoners are bused out of The Hague and taken to a location further south in Holland. In boarding the train, Corrie manages to find Betsie, and the two stick close together. They fear the transport will lead to Germany and are relieved to arrive near Brabant, at a prison called Vught.

Corrie and Betsie nickname the stern woman in charge at Vught "The General." After two weeks of hard labor in Vught, Betsie and Corrie receive pink slips. A young man working nearby tells them that such slips mean release. Exited about such prospects, they divide all their material goods, meager though they are, among their fellow prisoners, saving only the bible given to them by Nollie. The two sisters proceed through...

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