Russians Grant Welfare Access to Eastern Germany

Russians Grant Welfare Access to Eastern Germany

It wasn’t until near the end of Bro. Babbel’s mission, in 1947, that they were finally given permission to send welfare supplies to the Russian sector of Berlin, which permission had been denied for quite some time. The Saints there were so grateful. Many...
Conditions in Europe after WWII

Conditions in Europe after WWII

Sweden Despite losing international missionaries, the Swedes were able to maintain nearly twenty full-time, native missionaries during the war. Their convert baptisms increased significantly during the war years even though they had far fewer missionaries. The Swedish...
The Church’s Aid to the European Saints after WWII

The Church’s Aid to the European Saints after WWII

After the end of World War II in 1945, many of the people in Europe were without homes, clothing, or food. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ leaders knew they had to do all they could to help the Saints now in dire straits. The First Presidency...
Mormonism in Germany

Mormonism in Germany

Many of the first German-speaking converts to the Mormon Church joined in England.  German immigrants to England were converted during the lifetime of the Prophet Joseph Smith in London and later moved to Nauvoo, Illinois, where they established their own...
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