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In Solitary Witness: The Life and Death of Franz Jägerstätter (original 1964; udgave 1964)

af Gordon C. Zahn (Forfatter)

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This is the book that discovered Franz Jgersttter and his inspiring story of unyielding resistance to Nazi orders and his commitment to the dictates of conscience even at the cost of life itself. When German troops moved into Austria in 1938, Jgersttter was the only man in his village to vote against the Anschluss (Annexation of Austria). Although he was not involved in any political organization and did, in fact, undergo one brief period of military training, he remained openly anti-Nazi and declared he would not fight in Hitler's war. This twentieth-century martyr, a husband and father of three, was beheaded for his refusal to serve a ruler his conscience could not accept.… (mere)
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Titel:In Solitary Witness: The Life and Death of Franz Jägerstätter
Forfattere:Gordon C. Zahn (Forfatter)
Info:Holt, Rinehart and Winston (1964), Edition: 1st, 277 pages
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As a faith-based nonviolent person, I knew of Franz Jagerstatter for years before finally reading the book that brought his story to the world. I am awed and inspired by his courage and faithfulness. ( )
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THE STORY OF ONE LONE MARTYR AGAINST THE NAZIS
FOR ALL WHO FIND WAR UNECESSARY AND HATEFUL ( )
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This book is humbly dedicated to the memory of Franz Jägerstätter and to all the others who, like him, stood alone and said "No" -- many of whose stories have been completely lost to history, at least as it is kept and written by men.
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This is the book that discovered Franz Jgersttter and his inspiring story of unyielding resistance to Nazi orders and his commitment to the dictates of conscience even at the cost of life itself. When German troops moved into Austria in 1938, Jgersttter was the only man in his village to vote against the Anschluss (Annexation of Austria). Although he was not involved in any political organization and did, in fact, undergo one brief period of military training, he remained openly anti-Nazi and declared he would not fight in Hitler's war. This twentieth-century martyr, a husband and father of three, was beheaded for his refusal to serve a ruler his conscience could not accept.

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