This book offers a glimpse at the life of Wallace F. Toronto with emphasis on the World War II era. Saints in Czechoslovakia had the same amount of time to prepare themselves for resistance to the Communist and Nazi regimes as those in other countries, yet they fared much better, mostly because of Toronto. As seen in this narrative, Toronto experienced missionary work in the most diverse of circumstances, yet he established a foothold so firm that Czechs, as stubborn believers, endured war and almost sixty years of repression.
|Size||6 x 9|
|Published||Deseret Book and RSC BYU 2018|
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