Corrie ten Boom’s life story, from her childhood in Holland, through the horrors of World War II and the Nazi concentration camps, and traveling around the world on the Lord’s business afterward, is told in a very interesting style.
The fictitious diary of Princess Margaret tells the story of World War II and the growing romance of the future Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.
As a Christian theologian, Dietrich Bonhoeffer was faced with a dilemma: Was it right to kill Hitler to save the lives of millions of other people?
A set of five books covering the entire history of the Christian church, from the Apostle Paul to Janani Luwum in Uganda in 1977.
Well-written stories of pivotal moments in the lives of over a dozen influential Christians who worked to change the world for Jesus between 1860 and 1977.
When the gold bullion of Norway is at stake, will the children of Norway be able to keep it from falling into Nazi hands?
Esther and her family are sent off to Siberia in 1941 by the Russians and must fight to stay together and remain alive.
Annemarie and her family must hide Ellen, a Jewish girl, from the Nazis—but can she find the strength and courage to stand up against the soldiers?
Four children, trying to find their missing parents and stay alive while fleeing from the war, embark on a dangerous journey across Europe—one that could easily end in their deaths.
Twenty children must hide ten Jewish children from the Nazis—but without Sister Gabriel to help them, will the Nazis find out where they are?