"The Hiding Place" and the Historical Perspective of WWII
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The paper explores the historical side of WWII and the Holocaust and compares and contrasts it to Corrie ten Boom's "The Hiding Place," which is a decidedly sentimental and personal view of the Holocaust and World War Two. Overall, the paper goes into the religious elements and the tone of this work.
From the Paper:""The Hiding Place", a famed autobiography by Dutch activist Corrie Ten Boom, is a sentimental, personal perspective of the atrocities that occurred in Nazi-occupied Holland. Though it often seems historically vague, it is congruent with the historical facts of the time period, including the Nazi invasion of Holland, the fascist practices of the Nazi party, resistance practices of the Netherlands and the concentration camp at Ravensbruck. "The Hiding Place" concentrates on the Dutch resistance through the eyes of a Christian middle-aged woman, making it a useful piece of a very tumultuous, multi-faceted time in World History and politics."
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