Diet Eman tells about her role in the Dutch resistance group she was a part of, and the thousands of miles she walked delivering mail and ration cards to the Jewish people they were hiding. She shares how the group faced death every day and how after 2 years on the run, it was almost a relief to her when she was arrested.
The safest place to hide the Jewish people in Holland during World War II was in the countryside. Diet tells how she and her fiancé Hein found farmers willing to hide Jews in their homes. She also talks about the dangers and difficulties of hiding people in the cities and tells the story of Mies, a woman who hid 27 people in her tiny apartment.