[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] a question

Jutta Dennerlein listid at upstreamvistula.org
Thu Jun 20 00:49:16 PDT 2013

The only similarity that I can think of is, that the punishment was not prison but joining the military service.
In this case substitutions were possible - especially when the substitute was younger and healthier.

Jutta Dennerlein

On 19.06.2013 18:42, Howard Krushel wrote:
> A relative intimated that apparently some time after the revolution(1917)our
> grandfather, who taught students, was as well teaching religion and
> apparently because of this transgression was supposed to serve a time in
> prison; however his son volunteered to serve instead and this apparently was
> acceptable; I found this hard to believe and was wondering if any one had
> heard of a similar experience that is, instances where substitute serving of
> prison terms could be allowed.
> Howard Krushel
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