Date: September 22, 2022 06:34AM
Jehovah's Witnesses deserve great respect for their attitude during the Nazi era.
Of the 35,000 JWs living in Germany at the time, 400 were executed and a further 1,100 died in concentration camps and prisons. In 1936 and 1937, JWs distributed 100,000 leaflets denouncing the oppression of their religious community. This is referred to by some researchers as the largest resistance action in Nazi Germany. The fate of Emmy Zehden, who was beheaded in Plötzensee in 1944, is exemplary.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emmy_Zehden