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Flossenburg concentration camp

Flossenburg concentration camp is a Nazi detention center in Flossenburg, Germany. Bonhoeffer is executed there in 1945 by hanging.

Berlin, Germany

Berlin, Germany is the birthplace of Bonhoeffer and his seven brothers and sisters. He returns to Berlin where he lectures, writes his first book and serves as pastor to students in a technical school. Bonhoeffer gives a radio broadcast there in 1933 and criticizes Hitler as a leader who misleads the German people.

Union Theological Seminary

Union Theological Seminary is a seminary in New York that Bonhoeffer attends in 1930. He learns about Niebuhr and American Negro spirituals there.

Finkenwalde, Germany

Finkenwalde, Germany is the German town where the illegal, secret seminary Bonhoeffer becomes the leader of in 1935 is located. He writes Life Together in Finkenwalde in the original German in 1938. The seminary is subsequently shut down by the Gestapo.

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