Jantzen speaks on ?Mennonite Soldiers? at CMBS annual dinner

Mark Jantzen, associate professor of history at Bethel College presents his speech, ?Mennonite Soldiers: Tracking Menno?nite Identity Across Four Centuries in Poland, Prussia and Russia through the Lens of Military Service Exemp?tions.? Jantzen was the featured speaker at the Center for Mennonite Breth?ren Studies annual spring dinner meeting Saturday on the Tabor College campus. Jantzen drew from his extensive research into the Prussian/Polish Mennonite experience. At the dinner, Wilmer A. Harms was recognized for his 36 years as the board chair for CMBS at Tabor. He resigned the position in November 2014. Tabor College photo

Mark Jantzen, associate professor of history at Bethel College presents his speech, ?Mennonite Soldiers: Tracking Menno?nite Identity Across Four Centuries in Poland, Prussia and Russia through the Lens of Military Service Exemp?tions.? Jantzen was the featured speaker at the Center for Mennonite Breth?ren Studies annual spring dinner meeting Saturday on the Tabor College campus. Jantzen drew from his extensive research into the Prussian/Polish Mennonite experience. At the dinner, Wilmer A. Harms was recognized for his 36 years as the board chair for CMBS at Tabor. He resigned the position in November 2014.

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