Due to the fact that we had only a midwife and not the proper care. It was a breach birth and uh... My hip was destroyed during the process. And so now I had two strikes against me. Being a son, born to Witnesses and also having a defect. My mom and I were summoned to a part of the university clinic in Heidelberg in Schlierheim, and there I was examined and during the examination my mom was sitting on the outside of the room and she overheard a conversation that the doctors would do away with me, would Abspritz me, which means that it would give me a needle and put me to sleep. My mom overheard the conversation and during lunchtime while the doctors were gone, she grabbed hold of me. We went down to the Naga River, into the high reeds, and there she put my clothes on. And from there on, we really went into hiding because now we knew that they really were after us. So. We went to my father's father's house, where we also stood until I started school. And starting school, school was another encounter because the first day of school was like we were ordered to assemble in front of the schoolhouse and then singing. We were supposed to sing the national anthem and give the Hitlergrüss Hitler salute. And of course, we...uh... My parents myself. We didn't do that. My mom and my father always told me salvation only comes from our Creator, Jehovah, God and Jesus Christ, and we never put trust in any man. So naturally, I did not do the Hitler salute, nor did I sing the national anthem. And it was a small school. There must have been maybe 500 youngsters, and I was the only one not saluting and singing the national anthem. So immediately it was noticed. Oh, Wagemann there. What's going on with him and why isn't he doing like the rest is doing? Oh, don't you know that different... Witnesses, you know, or in those days they called him Bibelforscher, you know, like Bible students. And uh, well, the next day, the priest in the party uniform came. So did the mayor and the policeman. And I forgot who else. And they wanted to pick me up. And I mean, I remember back standing in the courtyard in front of the school and not singing that National Anthem and not giving the Hitler salute. And I could not do it because, for the simple reason I said to myself, What if Jehovah, God and Jesus Christ will look upon me now and I would do that? How would he feel? And so that gave me strength enough to stand up for what I was doing.