In Post WWII Germany, a Young Girl's Testimony Changed Lives

In 1946, shortly after World War II, the city of Munich, Germany, had been bombed and many of the schools had been destroyed. The outlook for young people looked meager. By searching, 14-year old Isolde Haertl Dellenbach found a commerce school where young girls were admitted to study.

After starting at the school, she soon met another girl named Lola. “To me she seemed different and one day she talked to me of her church,” Sister Dellenbach said in recounting her conversion to the Church. “She explained it was the Restored Church of Jesus Christ, which had living prophets. I had never heard of it.”

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