From a report of a brother who has been traveling in Ger-many, but who, we regret, was not able to get in touch with many brethren, we gather that those with whom he could speak remain loyal, and firmly expect a speedy bursting of the fetters. The brother further stated that it seems that there is still a company of brethren in Germany firmly standing by the Society as the Lord's institution to preach the gospel of God's kingdom.
He further told of a 60-year-old brother who, after having spent a long time in a concentration camp and having then become free by reason of an amnesty, immediately resumed his connection with those of like faith.
His other statements regarding conditions in Germany correspond to last year's report sent to Brother Rutherford.
A sister whose husband spent nearly four years in a German prison, she having stayed in Switzerland during that time, recently had to return to Germany. She had hardly passed the border when she was arrested and taken to the prison of a larger city. The sister is of good courage and always finds words of comfort for her relatives. This sister has left most endearing memories with us.