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I was in hell with Niemoeller

Stein, Leo.

I was in hell with Niemoeller

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Published by S. Paul & co. ltd. in London, New York [etc.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Germany.
    • Subjects:
    • Niemöller, Martin, 1892-,
    • Concentration camps -- Germany

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Leo Stein.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX8080.N48 S75 1942a
      The Physical Object
      Pagination159, [1] p.
      Number of Pages159
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6448947M
      LC Control Number43002228
      OCLC/WorldCa852756


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I was in hell with Niemoeller, Hardcover – January 1, by Leo Stein (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating5/5(1). In I Was in Hell with Niemoeller, which was first published inNiemoeller’s former cell-mate, Leo Stein, supplements his story of his vain effort to dissuade Hitler from his course, and of the circumstances leading up to and following his arrest on Hitler's order.

“It is a strong book, both appalling and fascinating and of great value.5/5(1). Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Sell Us Your Books Best Books of the Month I Was in Hell with Niemoeller and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.5/5(1).

I was in hell with Niemoeller, book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. Leo Stein, who spent 22 months in the same prison camp as Martin Niemoeller, published a biographical article about the Protestant pastor in the B'nai Brith magazine “National Jewish Monthly” in May of That article brought up an often glossed-over aspect of Niemoeller's life, his antisemitism, and his abandonment of it while imprisoned.5/5.

I was in hell with Niemoeller by Stein, Leo. 2 Want to read; Published by Fleming H. Revell company in New York [etc]. Written in EnglishAuthor: Lee. Stein. I Was in Hell With Niemoeller. New York: Fleming H. Revell, First American edition. Hardcover. First American edition. Hardcover, 8vo. in red cloth with spine title, top edge stained, without dust jacket.

Very good. Lacks dust jacket. Blunting to spine ends, corners, rubbing and wear to spine. Internally bright and unmarked. A hardcover book titled I Was In Hell With Niemoeller by author Leo Stein. Published by Fleming H. Revell Company, New York.

It includes a dust jacket, marked “third edition” with a red binding. This is a book about the life story of Pastor Niemoeller and standing up for Christianity during the Nazi regime.

Stein published it in the B'nai Brith magazine National Jewish Monthly. He documents N's turn away from antisemitism. A year later Stein published a book-length account of his own arrest and meeting with Niemoeller: I was in Hell with Niemoeller (New York: Fleming H.

Revell, ). In I Was in Hell with Niemoeller, which was first published inNiemoeller’s former cell-mate, Leo Stein, supplements his story of his vain effort to dissuade Hitler from his course, and of the circumstances leading up to and following his arrest on Hitler's order.

“It is a strong book, both appalling and fascinating and of great : Leo Stein. The true historical sequence, which Niemoeller of course followed, was communists, socialists, trade unionists, and Jews.

The assault on the Jews was the culmination of the Nazi dictatorship's ruthless elimination of targeted communities and individuals. Martin Niemoeller's message, in its true form, carries a powerful moral impact.

Hitler Came for Niemoeller: The Nazi War Against Religion Paperback – Ma This book is a revelation of hell on earth, of the existence of a malignant wickedness and evil in this world. If any man can read it and not be stirred to his depths, it is because he has no depths." --Norman Vincent Peale, from the forewordReviews: "To say that this is a good book is to say nothing.

To advise one to read it for entertainment is sacrilege. To urge its reading for information, or even for inspiration, is to reveal a lack of insight. This book is a revelation of hell on earth, of the existence of a malignant wickedness and evil in this world.

If any man can read it and not be stirred to his depths, it is because he has no. A fellow prisoner of the Pastor recounts his two years passed in a Nazi concentration camp. I was in hell with Niemoeller.

[Leo Stein] -- "Supplementing Niemoeller's own story of his vain effort to dissuade Hitler from his course and of the circumstances leading up to and following his arrest on Hitler's.

Hitler Came for Niemoeller: The Nazi War Against Religion - Ebook written by Stein, Leo. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Hitler Came for Niemoeller Author: Stein, Leo.

23 Minutes in Hell. "My sincere hope is that this book is the closest you will ever come to experiencing hell for yourself.". Bill Wiese saw the searing flames of hell, felt total isolation, and experienced the putrid and rotting stench, deafening screams of agony, terrorizing demons, and finally, the strong hand of God lifting him out of the pit.4/5().

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stein, Leo. I was in hell with Niemoeller. New York [etc] Fleming H. Revell Co. [] (OCoLC) I WAS IN HELL WITH NIEMOELLER, by Leo Stein - [Second Edition] World War 2 $ Billy King's Tombstone C. Sonnichsen Signed March 23 I was in hell with Niemoeller by Leo Stein (Book) Martin Niemoeller: hero of the concentration camp by Basil Miller (Book) From U-boat to pulpit by Martin Niemöller (Book).

Leo Stein, I was in Hell with Niemoeller (Fleming H. Revell, ), pages, is searchable in google books.] To millions of German Protestants, even today, the name Martin Niemoeller means Christianity. The Bantam War Series: My Mom's book on WWII, Women Pilots of World War II by her, Jean Hascall Cole; and the top right is I Was in Hell with Niemoeller.

OOPS. There are TWO Vietnam War books in there--and two copies of one of them. Darn. Stein, Leo - Martin Niem÷ller I WAS IN HELL WITH NIEMOELLER Vintage Copy Hardcover New York Fleming H.

Revell Very Good in boards. Owner name, location and date to Rating: % positive. The main character was dull, which seemed appropriate for a TV anchor in Hell, but I didn't find any other reason to care about the book.

Some parts were mildly funny. There didn't seem to be any point to the book, other than creating a lengthy list of Hellians, ranging Judas Iscariot to Mother Teresa/5(). Leo Stein is the author of Appreciation ( avg rating, 6 ratings, 1 review, published ), Hitler Came for Niemoeller ( avg rating, 9 ratings, 1 /5.

Basil Miller, Martin Niemoeller: Hero of the Concentration Camp, 5th ed. (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, ), Leo Stein, I Was in Hell with Niemoeller (New York: Fleming H. Revell, ), Quoted in William L. Shirer, The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich (New York: Simon and Schuster, ), Work about Martin Niemoller Albus, Harry James.

Concentration camp hero; the story of Martin Niemoeller for young people. Grand Rapids, Mich., Zondervan Publishing House, Moving accounts of how rabbis and priests are being humiliated and tortured by the Nazis in the concentration camps in Germany are related by Leo Stein, a German Jew, in a book “I was in Hell with.

Found guilty of treason inMartin Niemoeller (), a German anti-Nazi theologian and Lutheran pastor, spent the rest of World War II in Sachsenhausen, Moabit, and Dachau concentration I Was in Hell with Niemoeller, which was first published Reviews: 1.

When Martin Niemoeller climbed into his pulpit to expose Adolf Hitler’s radical politics, “He knew every word spoken was reported by Nazi spies and secret agents.”1 Leo Stein describes in his book I Was in Hell with Niemoeller () how the Gestapo gathered evidence on Niemoeller.

book publication:Leo Stein, I was in Hell with Niemoeller (Fleming H. Revell, ) My father at first was afraid that he would be executed or at best, sentenced for life; the Nazis had imposed the death sentence in other cases of economic crimes against the Reich.

Leo Stein describes in his book I Was in Hell with Niemoeller how the Gestapo gathered evidence against Niemoeller: Now, the charge against Niemoeller was based entirely on his sermons, which the Gestapo agents had taken down stenographically.

But in none of his sermons did Pastor Niemoeller exhort his congregation to overthrow the Nazi regime. [9] Leo Stein describes in his book I Was in Hell with Niemoeller how the Gestapo gathered evidence against Niemoeller: Now, the charge against Niemoeller was based entirely on his sermons, which the Gestapo agents had taken down stenographically.

But in none of his sermons did Pastor Niemoeller exhort his congregation to overthrow the Nazi regime. Leo Stein describes in his book I Was in Hell with Niemoeller how the Gestapo gathered evidence against Niemoeller: Now, the charge against Niemoeller was based entirely on his sermons, which the Gestapo agents had taken down stenographically.

But in none of his sermons did Pastor Niemoeller exhort his congregation to overthrow the Nazi regime. Leo Stein describes in his book I Was in Hell with Niemoeller how the Gestapo gathered evidence against Niemoeller: Now, the charge against Niemoeller was based entirely on his sermons, which the Gestapo agents had taken down stenographically.

But in none of his sermons did Pastor Niemoeller exhort his congregation to overthrow the Nazi : Clash Daily. When Martin Niemoeller climbed into his pulpit to expose Adolf Hitler’s radical politics, “He knew every word spoken was reported by Nazi spies and secret agents.”1 Leo Stein describes in his book I Was in Hell with Niemoeller () how the Gestapo gathered evidence on Niemoeller: Now, the charge against Niemoeller was based entirely on his sermons, which the Gestapo agents had taken.

Youth and World War I participation. Martin Niemöller was born in Lippstadt, then in the Prussian Province of Westphalia (now in North Rhine-Westphalia), on 14 January to the Lutheran pastor Heinrich Niemöller and his wife Pauline (née Müller), and grew up in a very conservative home. Inthe family moved to Elberfeld where he finished school, taking his abitur exam in Born: Friedrich Gustav Emil Martin Niemöller, 14 January.

Compared to most books on the subject, this book (really more like booklet) is hard to really appraise. Unlike others who claim to have been to Hell (Bill Wiese in 23 Minutes in Hell, Mary Kay Baxter in A Divine Revelation of Hell) there is very little detail about Hell or what happens doesn't even make the argument that it is eternal 9though he probably assumes it) Fact is, in Hagin /5(8).

A flurry of books on Niemöller appeared in U.S. bookstores in the early s. Popular biographies such as Basil Miller’s Martin Niemoeller: Hero of the Concentration Camp () and Leo Stein’s fabrication I Was in Hell with Martin Niemoeller () exalted his piety and courage.

“Hitler may break his body, but never his soul,” Miller. Martin Niemoeller was ordained as a Lutheran pastor in He was a hero during World War I, a German naval lieutenant and U-boat commander. He was also one of the earliest and most vocal critics of Nazism.

As the Third Reich moved toward the obliteration of the Christian Church, Niemoeller, along with other pastors, formed the Pastor’s Emergency League to protect the church and its. When Martin Niemoeller used his pulpit to expose Adolf Hitler’s radical politics, “He knew every word spoken was reported by Nazi spies and secret agents.”[3] Leo Stein describes in his book I Was in Hell with Niemoeller how the Gestapo gathered evidence against Niemoeller.The book title, Abandoned in Hell Twenty-seven Americans and Montagnard militiamen fought and defended their position against an army of six thousand North Vietnamese.

The five day battle was fierce, but the troops defended their position, with the help of superior air cover/5(27). Adolf Hitler "Nazified" Germany, and Arnold Schwarzenegger is about to "homosexualize" California. Extreme language? I don't think so. The governor signed a bill that would require all schools, churches, businesses, and any group receiving state funding with no exception for faith-based organizations or business owners with sincerely held religious convictions - even if it's a state grant for.