Faithful Under Trials—Jehovah's Witnesses in the Soviet Union
Faithful Under Trials—Jehovah's Witnesses in the Soviet Union

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Oct 09, 2001

2001

Faithful Under Trials—Jehovah's Witnesses in the Soviet Union

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In early April 1951, the mighty Soviet government descended upon an innocent group of Christians in the western Soviet Union—Jehovah’s Witnesses. Thousands of families—including little children, pregnant women, and the elderly—were loaded into boxcars for a grueling 20-day-long train trip to Siberia. They faced permanent exile in harsh, primitive conditions.

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