Things We Couldn't Say

The author recounts her World War II experiences in the Netherlands. She and her fiance believed it was their duty to protect Jews from the Germans. They risked thier lives to do so. In the end her fiance died in Dachau consentration camp.

The book follows her journey through World War II, not only physically but also spiritually. After the war she wanted to forget and never remember the horrible times, but she found that in recent times people have rewritten history and even 22% of Americans don't believe the Holocaust happened. She wrote the book so that this would never happen again.

This is a book every Christian should read. It brings praise and glory to our God, as He shows His hand of mercy and comfort even in the darkest of times.

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