Raised by Jehovah’s Witness parents (her father an elder), Tammie was confident she was in the only true religion.Pioneering in her 30’s (spending at least 90 hours per month), she reported an average of 10 “Bible studies” and placed 100’s of Watchtower magazines and books monthly.It is the decree of the Military Court of Alessandria concerning Remigio Cuminetti, a Witness who refused military service during the Big War, becoming the first conscientious objector of modern Italy. (the notorious Fascist police department); information about house searches and interrogations, etc.
A collection of all trials held by the above-mentioned Court, shows that apart from two Pentecostals, only the 26 Jehovah's Witnesses were condemned.5 Those 26 were not the only ones affected, however. That circular, n.441\027713 of August 22, 1939, was entitled "Religious Sects, 'Pentecostals' and Others".
In it, booklets that had been sequestered were claimed to belong to the "sect of the Pentecostals," though the circular also precisely stated those booklets contained no reference to the Pentecostals! It was published by the Watchtower Society; written by its president, J. Rutherford (Rutherford had not as yet been recognized as director/ publisher of the Society's publications). See also the book "Regime Fascista e Chiese Evangeliche" (Evangelist Churches and the Fascist Regime), f by G.
As a skilled debator, Tammie gave frequent “talks” and “demonstrations” at Theocratic Ministry School from age 7.
She was considered the model “Witness” by her family and friends, until the conditional love she had embraced failed and everything in her life fell apart.
Their first community was founded at Pinerolo (Torino) in 1908. 12 - From the book "The Nazi and the Church," by G. 13 - From the book "The German Catholics and the War of Hitler," by G. 14 - "The Watchtower" magazine, January 1, 1996, vol. 1, p.13, Just a reminder that anyone wishing to make a written contributioon to this Newsletter is most welcome to do, and should send it to this address below by the 15th of the month.
In 1925, their first convention was held there at Pinerolo where, just a few years earlier, they had opened an operative office. 11 - "Abruzzese Magazine of Historical Studies from Fascism to the Resistance," 3rd year, n. Surely, he knew that hurling these accusations would provoke the regime's intervention. Catholic American writer Gordon Zahn has admitted that, "except for the position that some minor Protestant sect took - the Jehovah's Witnesses and the traditional 'Churches of Peace', for example - there is no reason to believe that the attitude of the German Protestantism was different to that of the Catholic Religion that gave support to the Nazi war."13 With the end of World War II, the group of Jehovah's Witnesses in Italy started to reorganize the activity of proselytism that has brought the number of their preachers from 120 in 1946 to the present 215,000. With their 2,800 communities scattered throughout the national territory, they form the most consistent religious association in the country, second only to the Catholic Church.14 Matteo Pierro 1 - Sentence n. There, in November of 1944, he was informed that the Court of Justice had condemned him to death. He was moved to the death house at Brandenburg Prison on the Rodano, and shot in early 1945. 0799 of January 3, 1940 of General Police Inspector Dr. Or are you an Ex-Jehovah’s Witness who wants to help others?