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The Goll 's carefully present profound practical instruction on the great diversity of God encounters and the purpose of God encounters today. Lindsey Bittorf happened upon a Facebook post by Kristi Goll in Janesville, Wisconsin, about her son, Jackson, in which Goll pleads for potential kidney donors.
Goll , MD, a rheumatologist at Diakonhjemmet Hospital in Oslo, said in an interview at the annual meeting of the American College of Rheumatology where the study results were presented. Maybe not the details, but certainly in a broader sense.
Diary of a Little Man
In this regard, he was probably no different from many people of the older generation — in Germany or elsewhere. One of the most interesting aspects of this book is that it shows how an obscure person with no claim to fame — a loner with virtually no friends or relatives — can accomplish something important for posterity.
Writing in at the age of Readers of this book will disagree. A Lithuanian aristocrat stranded in Berlin at the outbreak of war, she never complains about the constant deprivations.
And in almost every entry, she writes about her concern for friends—on both sides of the conflict. She was a good friend of Adam von Trott zu Solz, one of the conspirators in the July 20, plot to kill Hitler.
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The Turbulent World of Franz Goll: An Ordinary Berliner Writes the Twentieth Century
But it nevertheless prompted an outpouring of writing, as people labored tocomprehend and piece thoughts into philosophy. Their broken words are all we have to reconstruct how contemporaries saw the war around them, how they failed to see its terrible violence in full, and how they attempted to translate the destruction into narratives. Carefully reading these testimonies as no historian has done before, Fritzsche's groundbreaking work sheds new light on the most violent conflict in human history, when war made words inadequate, and the inadequacy of words heightened the devastation of war"