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Affidavit from Homer Hunter of Coffeyville, Kansas, to U.S. Attorney General Francis Biddle. The affidavit describes the treatment endured by Melvin L. Jackson, F. Jerry Molohan, and Homer W. Hunter during World War II. The three men, all Jehovah's Witnesses and conscientious objectors, describe the harsh treatment and threats of violence they faced from some members of the American Legion due to their religious beliefs.

Creator: Hunter, Homer
Date: March 22, 1943

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This affidavit can be used in conjunction with other materials to demonstrate the difficulties that Jehovah's witnesses and other conscientious objectors faced during World War II.

Item Number: 216559
Call Number: Governor's records, Schoeppel, Correspondence, Box 49
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 216559

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