In Solitary Witness - Study Guide One of God's Special Friends Summary & Analysis

Gordon Zahn
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In "One of God's Special Friends," Jaggerstatter writes to his wife from Ragensburg when he and his traveling party stop there on the way to Berlin and then from his prison cell in Berlin. In that prison, the rules have changed somewhat and he is allowed to write letters only once a month though he can receive mail whenever it arrives. He references this in his letters to his wife and children, urging that his daughters not forget him though he is unable to go home at all and allowed to write only monthly.

The author notes that he discovered that an attorney named F.L. Feldmann was assigned through a friend in the military courts to defend Jagerstatter. Feldmann remembers the case well and tells the author that he had no inkling of Jagerstatter's religious endeavors...

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