Return to the Hiding Place

Return to the Hiding Place (War of Resistance)
Return to the Hiding Place (2013) is a film based upon the factual accounting of Hans Poley's World War II encounter with Corrie ten Boom, his involvement in the Dutch resistance and its wartime harboring of Jewish refugees.wikipedia
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Corrie ten Boom

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Return to the Hiding Place (2013) is a film based upon the factual accounting of Hans Poley's World War II encounter with Corrie ten Boom, his involvement in the Dutch resistance and its wartime harboring of Jewish refugees.
A sequel film, Return to the Hiding Place (War of Resistance), was released in 2011 in the United Kingdom and in 2013 it was released in the United States.

Craig Robert Young

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It was directed by Peter C. Spencer and starred John Rhys-Davies, Mimi Sagadin and Craig Robert Young.
In July 2010, Young acted in the World War II action thriller Return to the Hiding Place (2011).

World War II

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Return to the Hiding Place (2013) is a film based upon the factual accounting of Hans Poley's World War II encounter with Corrie ten Boom, his involvement in the Dutch resistance and its wartime harboring of Jewish refugees.

Dutch resistance

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Return to the Hiding Place (2013) is a film based upon the factual accounting of Hans Poley's World War II encounter with Corrie ten Boom, his involvement in the Dutch resistance and its wartime harboring of Jewish refugees.

Ten Boom Museum

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A non-Jewish fugitive after he refused to pledge his allegiance to the Nazis, Poley was the first person hidden from the Nazis in the Ten Boom House, which is today a museum in Haarlem, Netherlands.

Nationaal Archief

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The film is adapted, in part, from Poley's book, Return to the Hiding Place (1993), personal recollections, relayed to screenwriter Dr. Peter C. Spencer, and research from the Dutch National Archives.

The Hiding Place (film)

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The film is neither a prequel nor is it a sequel to the 1975 film The Hiding Place, instead, it is a congruent accounting of the Dutch underground's resistance efforts from Poley's perspective.

John Rhys-Davies

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It was directed by Peter C. Spencer and starred John Rhys-Davies, Mimi Sagadin and Craig Robert Young.

National Socialist Program

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Poley's persecution begins with his refusal to sign the Nazi Manifesto, which reads in part:

Haarlem

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A non-Jewish fugitive after he refused to pledge his allegiance to the Nazis, Poley was the first person hidden from the Nazis in the Ten Boom House, which is today a museum in Haarlem, Netherlands.

Kelly Greyson

Greyson started her career as Lana in Return to the Hiding Place before landing the lead role of Barbara Leininger in Alone yet Not Alone.