[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] In January 1952, seven American Mennonite men living in Europe--former relief workers, missionaries, and university students--met in Amsterdam.
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MM stands for Mennonite Men
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Even insofar as they participate in a rural community segregated from society at large to preserve a way of living, traditional Mennonite men manifest recognizable features of North American ideals of masculinity, engendered with specific religious doctrines and dogmas about gendered roles.
57) In one of the two prose poems of this book, a thin coat evokes the poignancy of young Mennonite men vulnerable to recruiting armies in Russia: the thin coat in this poem is the overcoat of the young Uncle Petya worn while praying "before being shot to death by Bolshevik recruiters" (39).
Unfortunately for Mennonite conscientious objectors, these courts were not always impartial nor sympathetic to Mennonite pleas for exemption, and consequently some young Mennonite men still had to serve in the Red Army.
Similarly, it is usually implied that the Mennonite commitment to pacifism and non-resistance is an issue for Mennonite men to struggle with and carry out.
Loewen) and seventeen Mennonite men (Gerhard Wilms, Franz Isaac Dyck, E.
Specifically he has discovered and read numerous diaries of ordinary Mennonite men and women living in rural agricultural communities.