Johnny Issel on freedom

 

“ What spurred us on then – the need and urge for freedom – still burns within us and it will burn in us for a long time to come. I want you to be strong. Do not be distracted by anything. Let us continue moving on and finally I believe we shall see what we fought for.” – Johnny Issel, a week before he died on 23 January 2011

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