Angry With God
Diet tells the story of a family with seven children who hid American soldiers during World War II, and the consequences they suffered for doing this.
As a young woman in the Christian resistance in Holland during World War II, Diet Eman experienced firsthand the atrocities that occurred in her country at the hands of the Nazis. Diet shares how the people in her country could have known what was to happen by reading the book Hitler wrote, Mein Kampf. But because most people did not read the book, they were surprised and unprepared for what happened.