Revolution is in our land. In Amsterdam and Rotterdam, cannons stand on every street corner. A Curfew is at 7:30, but the people are standing by the front door listening to others who are rioting. The rioters are so fed up with things they are marching through the street singing. For punishment, they have no light or water. It was not smart. Many were shot. Now, what do you do?
A death sentence is carried out on everyone who does not obey.
These words are straight from the pages of a young girl’s (Engelina Aasman Hummel) diary during the Second World War. They are true, haunting, and raw. Acts of Remembrance is a book that you’ll never forget.
Written by K.G. Watson and Engelina Aasman Hummel
Cover art by Alex Goubar