The Hiding Place

What did Lieutenant Rahms do for Corrie (and her family)?

This is for chapters 10-11

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In the second half of June, Lieutenant Rahms returns, telling Corrie that a notary is at the prison and Dutch law states that family must be present at the reading of a will. She suspects that Rahms invented this rule so that she could see her family. In the courtyard, Corrie lingers in her brother Willem’s embrace and enjoys being called baby sister again after fifty years. In addition, Corrie is delighted to see Nollie, Flip, Tine, and especially Betsie. Betsie appears cheerful although thin and prison pale