This award-winning biographical documentary delves into the spiritual and political career of Martin Niemoller, a Lutheran pastor who became a "personal captive" of Hitler in Sachsenhausen and Dachau, who narrowly escaped SS assassins at the end of World War II, and who was imprisoned briefly in the U.S. after World War II for political reasons. Niemoller was friends with Gandhi and Albert Schweitzer and traveled to Hanoi, Moscow, and Washington promoting the cause of peace. Obviously outspoken and true to his convictions, his attitude in the face of any issue or question was "What would Jesus have said?" Niemoller is interviewed extensively here but died before this award-winning documentary was released in 1985.
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