German Latter-day Saints and World War II

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German Latter-day Saints and World War II

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Sixty years ago, while in the prime of their youth, thousands of young Latter-day Saints humbly stepped forward, prepared to sacrifice their lives so that the nightmare of tyranny might end. The Second World War brought untold horrors, degradation, and the tragic loss of life. Without thought of praise, and saying that they were "just doing their duty,” these stalwart members of the Church returned home to begin the quiet work of earning a living, raising their families, serving in the Church, and retiring to enjoy missions and their grandchildren. While ordinary in many ways, their faith, service, and sacrifice changed the face of the world. and influenced the next generations in profound ways. In this remarkable audio collection you'll hear the actual interviews of some of the brave members of the Church who so faithfully served their country. You'll meet people like Phil Shumway-a pilot, who, after his plane went down in the Pacific, survived nine days in a tiny raft. You'll hear an extensive interview with Elder Neal A. Maxwell, who, while in a foxhole, used a C-ration biscuit and rainwater for sacrament and stated, "That proves it is not the ingredients, but the Spirit.” And among others, you'll also meet Cleve and Clyde Swenson--twin brothers who had the rare opportunity of serving together in the army in the Philippines. These are the scoutmasters, the choristers, the bishops, and the-ward members who went about their daily work with the same diligence and passion that defined their generation.
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