1. What does Gordon Charles Zahn explain about the people he interviewed in "An Introduction"?
In "An Introduction," Zahn explains that the people he interviewed were those connected with Jagerstatter.
2. What does Zahn ask the reader to carefully consider in "An Introduction"?
In "An Introduction," Zahn asks the reader to consider the information carefully and keep in mind that a sensitive reader can gain a deeper understanding of what is presented.
3. What did the town host, according to "St. Radegund"?
According to St. Radegund, the town hosted a passion play, which Gordon Charles Zahn notes is ironic because the Jagerstatter played the role of a soldier in one of the plays.
4. What does Zahn note about the final day of Jagerstatter's stay in St. Radegund?
Zahn noted that the events of the final day of Jagerstatter's stay in Radegund is not known, but that he probably would have gone to the church and visited the priest at the rectory.
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