In Solitary Witness Quiz

Gordon Zahn
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Questions 1-5 of 23:

1.

What did both Mrs. Jagerstatter and the priest in Jagerstatter 's village say Jagerstatter would have fought for? (from A Train to Hell and The Martyr and His Village)

2.

What path did Jagerstatter say was easier to follow than the one he chose? (from One of God's Special Friends)

3.

What was "institutional forms of protest and only incidentally and consequentially did it relate to the individual level of behavior" according to Zahn? (from The Martyr and His Church and The Martyr as Rebel: A Sociological)

4.

When was Jagerstatter allowed to write letters in his Berlin prison? (from One of God's Special Friends)

5.

What was the newspaper that ran a story about Zahn's research called? (from The New Man, From Enns to Berlin)

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