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Conspiracy and Imprisonment: Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works v. 16 : 1940-1945 - Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Conspiracy and Imprisonment: Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works v. 16

1940-1945

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This volume, published in the year of the one hundredth anniversary of Bonhoeffer's birth, documents Bonhoeffer's life under the increasing restraints and fateful events of World War II Germany. In hundreds of letters, including ten never-before-published letters to his fiancee, Maria von Wedemeyer, as well as official documents, short original pieces, and a few final sermons, the volume sheds light on Bonhoeffer's active resistance to and increasing involvement in the conspiracy against the Hitler regime, his arrest, and his long imprisonment. Finally, Bonhoeffer's many exchanges with his family, fiancee, and closest friends, demonstrate the affection and solidarity that accompanied Bonhoeffer to his prison cell, concentration camp, and eventual death.

General Editor's Foreword to Dietrich Bonhoeffer Worksp. xix
Abbreviationsp. xxv
Editor's Introduction to the English Editionp. 1
Letters and Documents
After the Dissolution of the Collective Pastorates. Berlin. March-May 1940p. 33
Eberhard Baumann to Friedrich Onnasch, Stettin, March 12, 1940p. 33
To Eberhard Baumann, Berlin, March 21, 1940p. 35
To Ruth Roberta Stahlberg, Berlin, March 23, 1940p. 36
From Eberhard Baumann, Stettin, March 1940p. 42
Eberhard Bethge to Herbert von Bismarck, Berlin, before May 12, 1940p. 43
Finkenwalde Circular Letter, Berlin [?], May 1940p. 44
To Georg Eichholz, Berlin [?], May 20, 1940p. 48
To Eberhard Baumann. Berlin [?], May 21, 1940p. 49
Excerpt from File: To the Schlawe District Military Recruiting Station, Berlin, May 27, 1940p. 50
Visitations in East Prussia. June-August 1940p. 51
Calendar Notes, June 5-July 26, 1940p. 51
Ruth von Kleist-Retzow to Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Eberhard Bethge, Klein-Krossin, June 13, 1940p. 58
To His Parents, Konigsberg, June 21, 1940p. 60
From Herbert von Bismarck, Stettin, June 24, 1940p. 60
To Paula Bonhoeffer, Konigsberg, July 16, 1940p. 61
From the Konigsberg SD Regional Headquarters to the Reich Central Security Office, Konigsberg, July 17, 1940p. 62
To Paula Bonhoeffer, Konigsberg, July 23, 1940p. 68
To Hans-Werner Jensen, Berlin, August 17, 1940p. 69
General Decree of the Reich Central Security Office, Berlin, August 22, 1940p. 71
To Eberhard Bethge, Konigsberg, August 26, 1940p. 71
Following the Ban on Public Speaking and the Requirement to Register. Berlin and Klein-Krossin, September-October 1940p. 74
To Georg Eichholz, Berlin, September 14, 1940p. 74
To the Reich Central Security Office, Berlin, September 15, 1940p. 75
Willem A. Visser 't Hooft to George K. A. Bell, Geneva, October 6, 1940p. 77
To Eberhard Bethge, Klein-Krossin, October 9, 1940p. 77
Stay at Ettal Monastery. November 1940-February 1941p. 80
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, October 31, 1940p. 80
To Eberhard Bethge, Munich, November 4, 1940p. 81
To Eberhard Bethge, Berlin, November 13, 1940p. 82
To Eberhard Bethge, in the train to Munich, November 16, 1940p. 83
To His Parents, Munich, November 16, 1940p. 85
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, November 18, 1940p. 86
To His Parents, Ettal, November 21, 1940p. 87
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, November 23, 1940p. 88
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, November 26, 1940p. 90
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, November 27, 1940p. 91
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, November 28, 1940p. 92
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, November 28, 1940p. 93
To Margret Onnasch, Ettal, undated, 1940p. 94
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, November 29, 1940p. 95
To His Parents, Ettal, November 29, 1940p. 96
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, December 1, 1940p. 97
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, December 2, 1940p. 99
To Hans Meiser, Ettal, December 4, 1940p. 99
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, December 5, 1940p. 100
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, December 8, 1940p. 101
To Paula Bonhoeffer, Ettal, December 8, 1940p. 102
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, December 10, 1940p. 103
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, December 11, 1940p. 105
Finkenwalde Circular Letter, Ettal, mid-December 1940p. 105
Excerpt from File: Hans von Dohnanyi to the Schlawe District Military Recruiting Station, Berlin, December 11, 1940p. 108
Excerpt from File: Hans von Dohnanyi to Munich Military Intelligence Office, Berlin, December 11, 1940p. 109
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, December 13, 1940p. 109
To His Parents, Ettal, December 22, 1940p. 110
To Hans-Werner Jensen, Ettal, December 26, 1940p. 112
To Paula Bonhoeffer, Ettal, December 28, 1940p. 113
To Erwin Schutz, Ettal, January 2, 1941p. 114
From Eberhard Bethge, Berlin, January 14, 1941p. 115
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, January 15, 1941p. 118
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, January 17, 1941p. 120
To Karl Friedrich Bonhoeffer, Landshut, January 17, 1941p. 120
To Eberhard Bethge, Munich, January 19, 1941p. 121
From Eberhard Bethge, Lagendorf, January 20, 1941p. 122
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, January 20, 1941p. 125
From Eberhard Bethge, Lagendorf, January 23 or 24, 1941p. 126
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, January 25, 1941p. 128
From Eberhard Bethge, Kade, January 27, 1941p. 129
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, January 27, 1941p. 130
To Emil Brunner, Munich, January 31, 1941p. 131
To Eberhard Bethge, Munich, January 31, 1941p. 132
From Eberhard Bethge, Berlin, February 1, 1941p. 134
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, February 1, 1941p. 136
From Eberhard Bethge, Berlin, February 2, 1941p. 136
To Joachim Beckmann, Ettal, February 4, 1941p. 138
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, February 4, 1941p. 138
From Eberhard Bethge, Berlin, February 5, 1941p. 140
Jean Lasserre to an Unknown Woman, Maubeuge, February 8, 1941p. 142
From Eberhard Bethge, in transit to Brussow, February 8, 1941p. 143
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, February 8, 1941p. 145
To Georg Eichholz, Ettal, February 9, 1941p. 147
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, February 10, 1941p. 147
From Eberhard Bethge, Brussow, February 11, 1941p. 149
From Karl Bonhoeffer, Berlin, February 13, 1941p. 150
From Eberhard Bethge, Berlin, February 14, 1941p. 151
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, February 14, 1941p. 153
From Georg Eichholz, Wuppertal-Barmen, February 14, 1941p. 155
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, February 15, 1941p. 155
From Ruth von Kleist-Retzow, Stettin, February 15, 1941p. 157
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, February 17, 1941p. 159
To Georg Eichholz, Ettal, February 17, 1941p. 160
To Georg Eichholz, Ettal, February 18, 1941p. 160
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, February 19, 1941p. 161
To Eberhard Bethge, Ettal, February 22, 1941p. 162
To His Parents, Munich, February 23 or 24, 1941p. 164
First Trip to Switzerland. February 24-March 24, 1941p. 165
To Sabine Leibholz, Zurich, February 25, 1941p. 165
To George K. A. Bell, Zurich, February 25, 1941p. 167
To Paul Lehmann, Zurich, February 28, 1941p. 167
Nils Ehrenstrom: Calendar Notes, Geneva, March 8-15, 1941p. 169
To Gerty Pestalozzi, Geneva, March 9, 1941p. 171
Willem A. Visser 't Hooft to William Temple, Geneva, March 12, 1941p. 171
Willem A. Visser 't Hooft to George K. A. Bell, Geneva, March 19, 1941p. 173
To Charlotte von Kirschbaum, Zurich, March 19, 1941p. 174
To Anneliese Schnurmann, Zurich, March 20, 1941p. 174
Willem A. Visser 't Hooft: Notes on the State of the Church in Europe, Geneva, end of March 1941p. 175
Following the Ban on Writing. Berlin, Klein-Krossin, Munich. April-August 1941p. 180
From the Reich Chamber of Literature, Berlin, March 17, 1941p. 180
From the Reich Chamber of Literature, Berlin, March 19, 1941p. 181
To Christine von Dohnanyi, Munich, March 24, 1941p. 182
To Rudolf Weckerling, Berlin, March 29, 1941p. 183
To Walter Schmidt, Berlin, March 31, 1941p. 183
From Albert Lempp, Munich, April 1, 1941p. 184
From MBK Publishers, Bad Salzuflen, April 2, 1941p. 185
To His Parents, Friedrichsbrunn, April 22, 1941p. 186
To the Reich Chamber of Literature, Friedrichsbrunn, April 22, 1941p. 186
To Hans-Werner Jensen, Munich, May 14, 1941p. 188
From the Reich Chamber of Literature, Berlin, May 22, 1941p. 189
To Karl Barth, Berlin, May 30, 1941p. 190
To Richard Grunow, Berlin, June 4, 1941p. 191
To Gerty Pestalozzi, Berlin, June 10, 1941p. 192
To George K. A. Bell, Berlin, June 12, 1941p. 193
To His Parents, Klein-Krossin, end of June 1941p. 193
To His Parents, Klein-Krossin, July 5, 1941p. 194
Wilhelm Jannasch to the Executive Committee of the Pastors' Emergency League, Berlin, July 30, 1941p. 195
From Paul Lehmann, Mainep. 196
From Herbert Jehle, Seville, August 6, 1941p. 203
Rudiger Schleicher to Paula, Karl, and Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Tempelburg, August 14, 1941p. 204
Finkenwalde Circular Letter, Berlin, August 15, 1941p. 205
Ruth von Kleist-Retzow to Eberhard Bethge, Klein-Krossin, August 24, 1941p. 209
To Eberhard Bethge, Munich, August 26, 1941p. 210
To Eberhard Bethge, Munich, August 28, 1941p. 211
Second Trip to Switzerland. August 29-September 26, 1941p. 215
Nils Ehrenstrom: Calendar Notes, Geneva, September 3-10, 1941p. 215
Willem A. Visser 't Hooft to Hugh Martin, Geneva, September 12, 1941p. 216
To the Leibholz Family, Zurich, September 19, 1941p. 217
To Charlotte von Kirschbaum, Zurich, September 20, 1941p. 218
To Paul Lehmann, Zurich, September 20, 1941p. 219
To Erwin Sutz, Zurich, September 21, 1941p. 220
Charlotte von Kirschbaum to Paul Vogt, Basel, September 22, 1941p. 221
To Charlotte von Kirschbaum, Zurich, September 23, 1941p. 222
To Alfred de Quervain, Zurich, September 23, 1941p. 223
Entry in the Guest Book of Otto Salomon, Zollikon, September 15-24, 1941p. 223
To George K. A. Bell, Zurich, September 25, 1941p. 223
Berlin. October-November 1941p. 225
Deportation Reports, Berlin, October 1941p. 225
Wilhelm Rott to Alphons Koechlin, Berlin, October 1941p. 230
Dr. Sch[...] to Charlotte von Kirschbaum, Zurich, October 29, 1941p. 233
From Ruth von Kleist-Retzow, Stettin, October 30, 1941p. 234
To Christoph Bethge, no place indicated, November 17, 1941p. 235
Finkenwalde Circular Letter, November 22, 1941p. 237
To Wilhelm Jannasch, Berlin, November 23, 1941p. 240
Petition to the Armed Forces, Berlin, December 1941p. 241
Kieckow. December 1941p. 246
From Ruth von Kleist-Retzow, Stettin, December 12, 1941p. 246
To Eberhard Bethge, Kieckow, December 14, 1941p. 247
From Ruth von Kleist-Retzow, Kieckow, December 30, 1941p. 248
Berlin and Klein-Krossin. January-April 1942p. 251
From Erwin Sander, Russia, February 4, 1942p. 251
Finkenwalde Circular Letter, Berlin [?], March 1, 1942p. 253
To Karl Vibrans, Berlin [?], March 4, 1942p. 255
To Elisabeth Vibrans, Berlin [?], March 5, 1942p. 257
From Ernst Wolf, Halle, March 16, 1942p. 259
To Ernst Wolf, Berlin [?], March 24, 1942p. 260
From Ernst Wolf, Halle, March 28, 1942p. 261
Excerpt from File: To Hans von Dohnanyi, end of March [?] 1942p. 263
Finkenwalde Circular Letter, Berlin, April or October [?] 1942p. 264
Trip to Norway and Sweden. April 10-18, 1942p. 266
To Eberhard Bethge, Berlin, April 9, 1942p. 266
Calendar Notes, April 10-18, 1942p. 266
From Helmuth von Moltke's Letters to Freya von Moltke, Oslo/Berlin, April 9-28, 1942p. 267
To Erling Eidem, on board the Sassnitz-Trelleborg Ferry, April 11, 1942p. 270
To Anders Nygren, Malmo [?], April 11, 1942p. 272
To the Leibholz Family, Stockholm, April 17, 1942p. 272
Third Trip to Switzerland, May 12-26, 1942p. 274
Karl Barth to Otto Salomon, Basel, May 12, 1942p. 274
To the Leibholz Family, Zurich, May 13, 1942p. 275
To Karl Barth, Zurich, May 13, 1942p. 276
To Karl Barth, Geneva, May 17, 1942p. 277
From Charlotte von Kirschbaum, Basel, May 17 [?], 1942p. 279
To Charlotte von Kirschbaum, Geneva, May 20, 1942p. 282
To Alfred de Quervain, Geneva, May 20, 1942p. 282
To the Leibholz Family, Zurich, May 21, 1942p. 283
To George K. A. Bell, Zurich, May 23, 1942p. 285
To Charlotte von Kirschbaum, Zurich, May 25, 1942p. 286
To Friedrich Siegmund-Schultze, Zurich, May 25, 1942p. 287
Entry in the Guest Book of Otto Salomon, Zurich, May 1942p. 288
Trip to Sweden, Berlin, Munich. June 1942p. 289
George K. A. Bell: Diary Notes, May 13-June 11, 1942p. 289
Courier Identification Card from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Berlin, May 30, 1942p. 305
Hans Schonfeld: Statement by a German Pastor, Stockholm, May 31, 1942p. 306
Hans Schonfeld to George K. A. Bell, Stockholm, June 1, 1942p. 310
George K. A. Bell: Notebook Entry, Sigtuna [?], June 1, 1942p. 311
To George K. A. Bell, Stockholm, June 1, 1942p. 311
To the Leibholz Family, Stockholm, June 1, 1942p. 312
To Hans-Werner Jensen, June 9 [?], 1942p. 313
To Eberhard Bethge ("John the Evangelist" essay), on the train to Munich, June 18, 1942p. 314
To Christoph Bethge, on the train to Munich, June 18, 1942p. 316
George K. A. Bell to Anthony Eden, Hove, June 18, 1942p. 318
George K. A. Bell: Memorandum of Conversations, Hove, June 19, 1942p. 319
To Winfried Maechler, Munich, June 20, 1942p. 324
Foreign Office: Minutes of Proceedings, London, June 18-23, 1942p. 325
George K. A. Bell to Gerhard Leibholz, Hove, June 20, 1942p. 326
To Gustav Seydel, Berlin, June 23, 1942p. 327
To Eberhard Bethge, on the train to Munich, June 25, 1942p. 328
Trip to Italy. June 26-July 10, 1942p. 331
George K. A. Bell: Diary Notes, June 14-July 13, 1942p. 331
Foreign Office: Minutes of Proceedings, London, June 1-August 2, 1942p. 333
George K. A. Bell to Hugh Martin, Hove, July 9, 1942p. 340
To the Leibholz Family, Rome, July 9, 1942p. 342
Berlin, Freiburg, Munich, Klein-Krossin, Patzig. July 1942-March 1943p. 343
Gerhard Leibholz to Karl and Paula Bonhoeffer, Oxford, July 11, 1942p. 343
Anthony Eden to George K. A. Bell, London, July 17, 1942p. 345
To Winfried Krause, Berlin, July 25, 1942p. 346
George K. A. Bell to Anthony Eden, Hove [?], July 25, 1942p. 347
Anthony Eden to George K. A. Bell, London, August 4, 1942p. 349
George K. A. Bell to Anthony Eden, as from Hove, August 17, 1942p. 349
To Maximilian von Wedemeyer, Klein-Krossin, August 24, 1942p. 350
To Ruth von Wedemeyer, Klein-Krossin, August 25, 1942p. 351
To Alphons Koechlin, Berlin, August 26, 1942p. 352
To George K. A. Bell, via Switzerland, August 28, 1942p. 354
To Wiltrud Schutz, Berlin, September 4, 1942p. 354
To Grete Lynker, Berlin, September 7, 1942p. 355
Application for Travel Visap. 356
To Ernst Wolf, Berlin [?], September 13, 1942p. 358
To His Parents, Berlin, September 18, 1942p. 360
To Karl Bonhoeffer, Berlin, September 24, 1942p. 360
Preparations for the Freiburg Memorandump. 361
To Hans-Walter Schleicher, Munich, October 10, 1942p. 364
To Maria von Wedemeyer, Berlin, October 31, 1942p. 366
To Max Diestel, Munich, November 5, 1942p. 367
To Hans-Walter Schleicher, Klein-Krossin, November 7, 1942p. 369
To Maria von Wedemeyer, Berlin, November 13, 1942p. 369
To Waltraut Distler, Berlin, November 15, 1942p. 371
To Maria von Wedemeyer, Berlin, November 15, 1942p. 372
To Maria von Wedemeyer, Berlin, November 19, 1942p. 373
To Eberhard Bethge, Berlin, November 27, 1942p. 374
To Eberhard Bethge, Berlin, November 29, 1942p. 376
Finkenwalde Circular Letter, Berlin, November 29, 1942p. 377
George K. A. Bell to Erwin Sutz, Chichester, December 3, 1942p. 379
George K. A. Bell to Harry Johansson, Chichester, December 3, 1942p. 380
To Maria von Wedemeyer, Berlin, January 17, 1943p. 383
From Ruth von Kleist-Retzow, Stettin [?], January 21, 1943p. 385
To Maria von Wedemeyer, Berlin, January 23, 1943p. 386
To Maria von Wedemeyer, Berlin, January 24, 1943p. 387
To Maria von Wedemeyer, Berlin, January 29, 1943p. 388
From Oskar Hammelsbeck, Berlin-Zehlendorf, February 4, 1943p. 389
From Ruth von Kleist-Retzow, Lasbeck, February 5, 1943p. 389
Constantin von Dietze: Discussion Notes, Berlin, February 6-7, 1943p. 390
Eberhard Bethge to Renate Schleicher, Munich, February 8, 1943p. 391
Eberhard Bethge to Renate Schleicher, Munich, February 10, 1943p. 391
To Maria von Wedemeyer, Berlin, March 9, 1943p. 392
To Maria von Wedemeyer, Berlin, March 24, 1943p. 394
To Hans von Dohnanyi ("Camouflage Letter"), Munich (antedated to November 4, 1940), February/March 1943p. 395
From the Indictment against Hans von Dohnanyi and Hans Oster: Reproduction of Excerpts from Lettersp. 400
Fictitious Diary Fragments, Berlin (antedated to May 1942; June 1942; July 16, 1942), February/March 1943p. 400
Imprisonment in Berlin-Tegel Military Prison. April 5, 1943-October 8, 1944p. 404
File Zp. 404
Proceedings of Interrogations of Hans von Dohnanyi, Berlinp. 407
First Drafts of Letters by Dietrich Bonhoeffer for His Interrogationsp. 409
Minutes of Proceedings of an Interrogation of Wilhelm Canaris, Berlin, June 15, 1943p. 411
Further Drafts of Letters by Dietrich Bonhoeffer regarding His Interrogationsp. 413
Indictment Files against Hans von Dohnanyi and Hans Osterp. 427
Indictment Files against Dietrich Bonhoefferp. 435
Hans von Dohnanyi to Christine von Dohnanyi, undated, 1943p. 446
George K. A. Bell to Erling Eidem, Chichester, November 3, 1943p. 449
Decree of the Senior Reich Military Prosecutor, Torgau, November 18, 1943p. 451
Kurt Peschke: Defense of Hans von Dohnanyip. 451
Imprisonment in the Reich Central Security Office Prison, Prinz-Albrecht Strasse, Berlin, until Bonhoeffer's Execution in the Flossenburg Concentration Camp, Upper Palatinate. October 8, 1944-April 9, 1945p. 459
Constantin von Dietze to His Wife, Ravensbruck Concentration Camp, October 1944p. 459
Indictment against Klaus Bonhoeffer, Rudiger Schleicher, Hans John, Friedrich Justus Perels, and Hans Kloss, Berlin, December 20, 1944p. 460
Statements of Dietrich Bonhoeffer regarding Assertions by Bishop Bell on English Politicsp. 462
Indictment against Constantin von Dietze, Berlin, April 9, 1945p. 466
S. Payne Best to George K. A. Bell, October 13, 1953 [Schonberg, April 8, 1945]p. 468
Erwin Sutz to Paul Lehmann, Rapperswil, June 6, 1945p. 469
Essays and Notes
Reflection on Easter: Resurrection, Stettin, March 1940p. 473
Reflection on the Ascension, Stettin, April 1940p. 476
Sketch of a Bible Study on 1 Corinthians 3, May 1940p. 482
Draft of a Lecture on the Theme of "Glory," June 1940p. 488
Reflection: On Gratitude among Christians, Stettin, July 26, 1940p. 489
Lecture Outline: Theology and the Congregation, 1940 [?]p. 492
Sketch for a Lecture by Eberhard Bethge: The Significance of Mission to Non-Christians for the Church Renewal Movement, Ettal, December 2, 1940p. 496
Thesis Fragment: What Do We Learn from the Mission to Non-Christians? Ettal, 1940 [?]p. 498
Essay: The Best Physician, Ettal, January 1941p. 499
A Theological Position Paper on State and Church, Spring 1941 [?]p. 502
Thoughts on William Paton's Book The Church and the New Order, Geneva, September 1941p. 528
Willem A. Visser 't Hooft: On William Paton's Book The Church and the New Order, Geneva, September 1941p. 533
A Study on "Personal" and "Objective" Ethics, 1942 [?]p. 540
A Theological Position Paper on the Question of Baptism, 1942p. 551
Unfinished Draft of a Pulpit Pronouncement following the Coup, end of 1942p. 572
Draft Proposal for a Reorganization of the Church after the "End of the Church Struggle," end of 1942p. 574
Friedrich Justus Perels: Draft of a Church Constitution following the Coup, end of 1942p. 580
A Theological Position Paper on the Primus Usus Legis, March 15, 1943p. 584
Fragment of an Essay: What Does It Mean to Tell the Truth? Tegel prison, Autumn 1943p. 601
Sermons and Meditations
Sermon Meditation on Isaiah 9:6-7, Christmas 1940p. 611
Funeral Liturgy and Homily on Proverbs 23:26 for Hans-Friedrich von Kleist-Retzow, Kieckow, August 3, 1941p. 617
Recommended Devotions on Jeremiah 16:21 and Ephesians 1:22-23, Berlin, October 1941p. 625
Devotional Aids for the Moravian Daily Texts, Tegel prisonp. 626
Daily Text Meditation for Pentecost 1944p. 626
Daily Text Meditation for June 7 and 8, 1944p. 629
Exposition on the First Table of the Ten Words of God, Tegel prison, June/July 1944p. 633
Editors' Afterword to the German Edition, Jorgen Glenthoj, Ulrich Kabitz, and Wolf Krotkep. 645
Appendices
Map of Bonhoeffer's Germanyp. 675
Chronology of Conspiracy and Imprisonment: 1940-1945p. 676
Unpublished Material from Bonhoeffer's Literary Estate, 1940-1945p. 705
Texts Published in DBWE 16 and in Gesammelte Schriften, Ethics (1995), or Letters and Papers from Prisonp. 707
Bibliography
Archival Sources and Private Collectionsp. 711
Literature Used by Bonhoefferp. 714
Literature Mentioned by Bonhoeffer's Correspondentsp. 721
Literature Consulted by the Editorsp. 722
Index of Scriptural Referencesp. 751
Index of Namesp. 757
Index of Subjectsp. 835
Editors and Translatorsp. 881
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ISBN: 9780800683160
ISBN-10: 0800683161
Series: Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works (Hardcover)
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 955
Published: 12th June 2006
Publisher: Augsburg Fortress
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.7 x 15.2  x 5.41
Weight (kg): 1.35