The Watchtower’s declaration regarding it’s relationship with the Hitler regime.
Deed to the Watchtower’s San Diego mansion.
The Watchtower has quoted various historians to try to prop up their 1914 teaching. Here are some examples where they quoted from Barbara Tuchman’s “The Proud Tower”. Watchtower quotes from “The Proud Tower”: *** w92 5/1 3 1914-The Year That Shocked the World *** “The Great War of 1914-18 lies like a band of scorched […]
A copy of a letter from Olin Moyle to Joseph Rutherford. Moyle had previous served as legal counsel for the Watchtower Society. After this letter was sent, Moyle sued the Watchtower for libel over what they had published about him – and he won.
Testimony of Watchtower Society legal counsel Philip Brumley before the U.S. Congress on June 14, 2000
The July 20, 1933 agreement between Germany and the Vatican
In the “Declaration of Facts”, which was dated June 25, 1933, the Watchtower Society tried to distance themselves from the Jews and to curry favor and establish common cause with Hitler.
A letter from Walter Salter to then president of the Watchtower Society, Joseph Rutherford.
The Watchtower Society’s application for funds from Swiss Bank Litigation.