This person accepted a position in 1935 to lead an illegal secret seminary located in Finkenwalde, Germany, and was martyred in April, 1945, by the Nazis.
He was crucified, suffered, and died on the cross, and conquered death by rising from the grave, and is the reason for the hope Christians have that they may be raised from the dead into eternal life on the Last Day.
This person is a Nazi Gestapo officer who issues the order to execute the author by hanging in 1945 at Flossenburg concentration camp.
This term refers to an individual who believes in and accepts as Savior the member of the Trinity whose birth is celebrated at Christmas and whose resurrection is celebrated at Easter.
This term describes an individual who believes in and follows the principles and practices of the German Social Democratic Party.
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