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In Solitary Witness Characters & Character Analysis

Gordon Zahn
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Important People

Franz Jagerstatter

An Austrian who hates the Nazi regime and all it stands for. When Jagerstatter is called to military service, he reports for training but when he is recalled for fighting he refuses on the basis that the Nazis are evil and that he is not going to be part of that effort. Jagerstatter is something of a wild youngster though most people says that he is not any worse than many others. At some point, there comes a major change in his life and he becomes devoutly religious and devoted to his family. He marries about this same time and some people believe that the marriage changes him though others believe that his marriage is something of a result of his change. The author is of the opinion that Jagerstatter actually chooses his wife because of this changed life. This devotion to his faith is such...

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