For sale is a Rare WW2 German Luther Church Freedom Activist & Civil Rights Support recommendation Letter for Otto Kayser. The letter roughly translated to English can be seen below:
“He. No 3 2 1/46 evang. Luth. Parish office munich 9, ben 10 May Luther Church 6. 194 Martin Cutherle. 4 / Jerneuf 49 26 10 polllchedhonto 5241 Subject: Confirmation. The pastor's office confirms that Mr. Otto Kayser, born December 9, 1879, was one of the most regular visitors to our divine services, even at a time when some no longer dared to go to church. Again and again he has put his poetic gifts at jubilees and other church celebrations in the service of the church cause and has shown himself to all other church activists. The correctness of the information provided by the Luther Church Parish Office is hereby certified. Munich, May 11, 1946 Protestant Luth. Dean's office MUnchen D. Langenfass” and stamped with the “Evangelist luther parish office muncher luther church”
This is a great piece of history, of where a man true of faith stands firm against his government, by carrying out and continuing going to church & worship, making a small statement and standing up for his civil rights. Much like Rosa Louise McCauley Parks (February 4, 1913 – October 24, 2005) was an African-American activist in the civil rights movement best known for her pivotal role in the Montgomery bus boycott.
Guaranteed original or money back. This will be sent first class signed for and dispatched within two to three working day’s.