May 20, 1944 Sam Martin was taken
to Calgary held in custody for several days. He was then
forcibly inducted into the army. Medical and IQ tests
were done on him. He was offered to take officer training
which he refused. He was issued an army uniform which
he refused. He was charged and sentenced 28 days detention.
Credit: Mennonite Church USA Archives Goshen, Indiana.
1-835. Samuel V. Martin Collection.
Martin telling the story of his imprisonment in WWII for Frances
Greaser ca. 1982/83.