In Solitary Witness Setting & Symbolism

Gordon Zahn
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St. Radegund

Where Jagerstatter lived as a child and as an adult prior to his arrest.

Leherbauer

The name taken by anyone who is proprietor of the property of Jagerstatter's family. It is noted that this notation is passed to the landowner, regardless of that person's last name, and passed in Jagerstatter's case to his daughter and her husband.

Enns

Where Jagerstatter was ordered to report for military service.

Linz

Where Jagerstatter was initially held in prison.

Linzer Volksblatt

The newspaper in Linz that ran the story about the author's project, resulting in two additional sources of information about Jagerstatter's stay in prison in Linz.

Regensburg

Where Jagerstatter apparently stopped on his way to Berlin and where he wrote a brief letter to his wife.

Berlin

Where Jagerstatter was moved to serve in prison after leaving Enns.

Brandenburg

Where Jagerstatter was executed.

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