Attached is an article concerning Joseph Franklin Rutherford (1869 - 1942) and the persecution of that Protestant faith so unique to American shores, the Jehovah's Witnesses. The article reported on the school expulsions of various assorted young followers for failing to show proper respect to the American flag on campus:
"A year ago the first such case, in Pennsylvania, startled the newspapers. 'If you kill me [still] I won't salute!' quavered an eleven year-old schoolboy. He was expelled. Soon after, in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, a teacher was was dismissed for refusing to honor 'the flag of horror and hate.
"Similar instances are reported to have taken place throughout much of 1935, while in Hitler's Germany:
"More than 1,000 of Jehovah's Witnesses were thrown into Nazi concentration camps, for daring to tell Hitler that the Third Reich is 'the Devil's Kingdom.'"
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