In Solitary Witness Quiz

Gordon Zahn
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Questions 1-5 of 23:

1.

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

2.

Who did Jagerstatter tell his wife not to think evil of? (from One of God's Special Friends)

3.

Why did Jagerstatter sacrifice everything he had according to Fr. Baldinger? (from The Martyr and His Church and The Martyr as Rebel: A Sociological)

4.

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)

5.

What did some people try to do publicly? (from A Train to Hell and The Martyr and His Village)

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