Austria Recognizes 31 Jehovah’s Witnesses Who Were Killed in Concentration Camps

Austria Recognizes 31 Jehovah’s Witnesses Who Were Killed in Concentration Camps

On May 19, 2017, Techelsberg, Austria held a ceremony to remember Jehovah’s Witnesses who were imprisoned in concentration camps during the Second World War. The event saw the unveiling of a memorial plaque acknowledging the 31 Jehovah’s Witnesses who were victims of Nazi ideology in Techelsberg.

 

Austria Recognizes 31 Jehovah’s Witnesses Who Were Killed in Concentration Camps

 

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