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Sent to a labor camp for five years following World War II, Oskar Jeske then faced the false charge of being a German spy, but the Holy Spirit showed up in a powerful way and gave him hope.
Assemblies of God Evangelist Minna Seaholm felt called to bring the gospel to the soldiers preparing to be sent overseas during World War II, but even though the military didn't allow female chaplains at the time, that didn't stop her.
Wernher von Braun was a leading rocket scientist for Hitler's war machine, but he regretted his work and ultimately experienced a spiritual transformation in a small church in El Paso, Texas.
She was the only AG missionary remaining in Japan during World War II, but prior to, during, and following the war, God proved faithful to Jessie Wengler.
The attack on Pearl Harbor had just occurred a month prior as three prominent AG leaders give their far-from-identical responses in this historic issue of the Pentecostal Evangel.
Their ship shelled and later sunk by a German warship, missionaries Paul and Evelyn Derr and Claude and Ruth Keck, were held captive for weeks, but stood firm in their faith.