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Búscame en el ciclo de la vida: 855. Traductoras rusas.

Búscame en el ciclo de la vida: 855. Traductoras rusas.

A Prisoner in Dachau forced to stand without moving for hours as a punishment. This was common throughout the camps..including during the winter..after working all day. Purple triangle means Jehovah's Witness.

The History Place - Holocaust Timeline: Nazis Open Dachau Concentration Camp

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Funny pictures about Best/worst game of would you rather ever. Oh, and cool pics about Best/worst game of would you rather ever. Also, Best/worst game of would you rather ever.

Hélène Gotthold, témoin de Jéhovah, a été décapité pour ses croyances religieuses le 8 Décembre 1944 à Berlin.  Elle est photographiée avec ses enfants.  Allemagne, 25 Juin 1936.

Helene Gotthold, one of Jehovah's Witnesses, was beheaded for her religious beliefs on December in Berlin. She is pictured with her children. Germany, June — US Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Be this guy. - Imgur

Be this guy.

August Landmesser was a worker at the Blohm + Voss shipyard in Hamburg, Germany, best known for his appearance in a photograph refusing to perform the Nazi salute at the launch of the naval training vessel Horst Wessel on 13 June 1936

Austrian prisoners, marked with triangles and identifying patches, in the Dachau concentration camp. Germany, April 1938.

Previous commenter said: Purple triangles were worn by JW's to identify them by the Nazi's. With a simple signature disavowing their faith they could be set free from the Nazi murderers and torturers.

dachau concentration camp  | Wilhelm Kusserow, a German Jehovahs Witness who was shot by the Nazis ...

Wilhelm Kusserow was executed by firing squad at Münster Prison in Germany for being a Jehovah's Witness, meaning he refused German military service and refused also to _heil Hitler.

Jehovah's Witnesses that were persecuted by Hitler during World War II

Jehovah’s Witnesses—Official Website

Jehovah Witnesses at the Niederhagen camp. Jehovah's Witness were persecuted because they refused to serve in the German military or solute Hitler or participate in any Nazi events. of them were sent to concentration camps.

Street work; We all wore placards in NYC or other convention cities to advertise the Public Address on Sunday. Many people came.

When I was a kid we used to go out street witnessing as "sandwiches" during conventions, advertising the main public talk and handing out invitations just like this.

Jehovah Witness Convention Date:	September 1941 Photo by:	David E Scherman Size:	1280 x 1280 pixels (17.8 x 17.8 inches)

Jehovah Witness Convention Date: September 1941 Photo by: David E Scherman Size: 1280 x 1280 pixels x inches)

Sound car

JW's out preaching. In those days they used sound cars to announce public talks and gramophones to play "sermons" for the public when permitted.

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