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Rebuilding the Church in Germany after WWII

Rebuilding the Church in Germany after WWII

After World War II, Germany was one of the most torn-apart countries. Despite the roll which Germany had played in World War II, leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly known as the Mormon Church) were concerned for all who had suffered in...

Charles Dickens and the Mormons

  Charles Dickens changed his opinion of the Mormons, once he met them in person.  He visited a ship leaving England for America, full of Mormon emigrants leaving to gather with the Latter-day Saints.
Conditions in Europe

Conditions in Europe

This is an excerpt from a letter to the First Presidency regarding the condition of the European Saints after WWII by Ezra Taft Benson: “The general condition of the Saints is improving daily. Spiritually it has been good throughout the war and was perhaps never...
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