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“Died in the Service of Their Fatherland”: Latter-day Saints in Germany, World War I

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

A glance at Der Stern, the publication of the Swiss-German Mission, suggests that the start of the First Wo...

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A Veteran’s Memories Become a Legacy for His Family

by News.lds.org | Opinions & Features

They called it “the beach party.” But there would be no picnics. It was Iwo Jima in February 1945. And Ivan...

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'That's America': Former German soldier, Mormon builds new life in U.S. after World War II

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Manfred Gellersen was a soldier once, and young. He is neither now, and like many old soldiers, he has his ...

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Mormon war veteran honoured as "Ambassador For Peace"

by Newsroom | Opinions & Features

Before a crowd of Korean War veterans, Peter Elliott, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day ...

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Former BYU student focused on restoring democracy in bid for Mali presidency

by Salt Lake Tribune | Opinions & Features

With just six weeks until elections to pick the new president of Mali, Yeah Samake was preparing for a majo...

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BYU Jerusalem Center, students safe as bombs fall

by Deseret News | Everything Else

Eric Moulton, Ellen Brotherson and 80 other students studying at BYU's Jerusalem Center hurried to bomb she...

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Catholic Community Services honors Uchtdorfs as humanitarians of the year

by Deseret News | Everything Else

President Dieter F. and Sister Harriet Uchtdorf share more than empathy with refugees. They, too, were disp...

First News from the Saints of Germany After WWII

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

John R. Barnes, one-time secretary of the West German Mission, was among the missionaries evacuated from Ge...

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LDS Church News Viewpoint: The Light is never lost

by LDS Church News | What We Believe

A young missionary serving in Germany some 50 years after World War II encountered an older man sweeping hi...

Researching Family History: Gathering the genealogy records in Germany that survived World War II

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Near the end of World War II in a salt mine near Strassfurt, Germany, Elder Rudolph K. Poecker, a missionar...