If Abraham Lincoln lived to be 103, he would have died in 1912. Leopold Engleitner turned 7 that year. Next Friday and Saturday at Moorepark College, Herr Engleitner will recount the nightmare visited upon him from 1939 to 1943, during the Nazi occupation of Austria. For the crime of becoming a Jehovah's Witness, Leopold spent those years in three concentration camps.
In promotion of the book and film, both entitled "Unbroken Will", the Moorepark College presentation will be streamed… Continue