This is the heart-gripping, true story of the late Salvation Army Brigadier Josef Korbel. He was persecuted by the Nazis in World War II. When the war ended, he was arrested by Communist agents in his home in Czechoslovakia, and imprisoned for more than a decade. The reason, according to the Communists, was because of his "dangerous...religious influence." He was finally free through intervention by the United Nations, only to be driven from his homeland by a new wave of Communist persecution.
In the 1970s, Josef and Erna Korbel retired from the Salvation Army and moved to the United States. Then they were called to new ministry—speaking to churches, schools and organizations, and mustering support for persecuted Christians around the world. Read Miroslav Free (booklet adapted from In My Enemy's Camp).