The Story Of Gideon Boissevain: Not Home Anymore

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Not Home Anymore
Gideon Boissevain had always thought of Amsterdam as a home, not a warzone. When the Germans occupied Amsterdam, his family knew something wasn’t right. His parents were recent members of the Dutch Nazi party, but they quit after they saw how brutal the members behaved. After Gi and his brother began to work for the Dutch resistance, they knew they were in risky waters. They helped their parents hide the innocent and harmless Jews that the Nazis were after.
On a cool day in August, 1942, Gi and his brother were imprisoned. As his spirit grew weaker, his appetite grew stronger. The watered down paste called food was nowhere near as good as the delectable treats his mother used to prepare. Two months later they were called out.
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