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Sam Martin 04


In February 1944, a year after his hearing, he got a letter to report for military duty.  he returned the letter and said why he refused.  Another letter was sent to him urging him to report or else he could be arrested.  March 1 he was arrested.  March 27 he was taken to trial and sentenced to 30 days in a civilian jail.


Audio Credit: Mennonite Church USA Archives Goshen, Indiana.

Hist.Mss. 1-835. Samuel V. Martin Collection.

Sam Martin telling the story of his imprisonment in WWII for Frances Greaser ca. 1982/83.


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