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Bertus Hornsveld, who together with his brother, Hank Jr., urged their mother to open the door in the middle of the night for Flory and Felix Van Beek. The Van Beeks stayed hidden in the Hornsvelds house until the end of the war.

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    Bertus Hornsveld, who together with his brother, Hank Jr., urged their mother to open the door in the middle of the night for Flory and Felix Van Beek. The Van Beeks stayed hidden in the Hornsvelds house until the end of the war.
    Bertus Hornsveld, who together with his brother, Hank Jr., urged their mother to open the door in the middle of the night for Flory and Felix Van Beek. The Van Beeks stayed hidden in the Hornsvelds house until the end of the war.

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    Bertus Hornsveld, who together with his brother, Hank Jr., urged their mother to open the door in the middle of the night for Flory and Felix Van Beek. The Van Beeks stayed hidden in the Hornsvelds house until the end of the war.
    Date
    After 1945
    Locale
    Amersfoort, [Utrecht] The Netherlands
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Flora & Felix van Beek

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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Flora & Felix van Beek
    Source Record ID: Collections: 1990.23.232

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    2015-04-16 00:00:00
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