WWII: Jehovah's Witnesses in Germany (University of Minnesota)
Jehovah's Witnesses in Germany were a small religious community numbering about 25,000 in 1933. As the Nazi Party began gaining influence and popularity, Witnesses in Germany faced escalating attacks by Nazi storm troopers. Soon after Adolf Hitler's appointment as chancellor in 1933, many German states banned the activities of Jehovah's Witnesses as well as their literature.
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