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Jehovah's Witnesses Stand Firm Against Nazi Assault (1996)

From 1933 in Germany, the hateful Nazi propaganda machine was in full swing. This is the story of a tiny group of Germans who refused to be bullied by Hitler's thugs into doing anything ... See full summary »
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Geneviève de Gaulle Anthonioz ...
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John Barr ...
Himself - Board of Directors, Watchtower Society
Wulff Brebeck ...
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John Conway ...
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Heinrich Dickmann ...
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Detlef Gerbe ...
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Anni Gustavsson ...
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Joachim Görlitz ...
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Else Hansen ...
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Susannah Heschel ...
Herself (as Dr. Susannah Heschel)
Max Hollweg ...
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Maria Hombach ...
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Sigrid Jacobeit ...
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Kirsten John ...
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Christine King ...
Herself (as Dr. Christine King)
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From 1933 in Germany, the hateful Nazi propaganda machine was in full swing. This is the story of a tiny group of Germans who refused to be bullied by Hitler's thugs into doing anything that God's Word and Jesus Christ condemns. They would prefer to die, rather than kill another human being, and many of them did. Written by bigtp

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History of the Nazi assault on Jehovah's witnesses
16 November 1998 | by (DOWNEY,CA) – See all my reviews

This movie is a truthful story of Jehovah's witnesses under assault during the Nazi regime. Contains many experiences as well as expert opinions on the subject.


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