Resources

Beckford, James A (1975) The Trumpet of Prophecy: A Sociological Study of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Oxford: Basil Blackwell and Molt Limited.

Blankholm, Joe (2009) ‘No Part of the World: How Jehovah’s Witnesses Perform the Boundaries of their Community’, ARC, The Journal of the Faculty of Religious Studies, McGill University, Vol 37.

Botting, Gary (1993) Fundamental Freedoms and Jehovah’s Witnesses. University of Calgary Press, Alberta, Canada.

Grizzuti Harrison, Barbara (1980) Visions of Glory: A History and a Memory of Jehovah’s Witnesses. London: Robert Hale.

Jubber, Ken (1977) ‘The Persecution of Jehovah’s Witnesses in South Africa’, Social Compass XXIV: 121-134.

Kaplan, William (1991) ‘The World War Two Bans on the Jehovah’s Witnesses in Canada and Australia: Do Constitutional Protections Really Work?’, Australian-Canadian 9: 5-20.

King, Christine (1982) The Nazi State and the New Religions: Five Case Studies in Non-Conformity. Studies in Religion and Society, Volume Four, The Edwin Mellen Press, New York.

Knox, Zoe (2011) The Watch Tower Society and the End of the Cold War: Interpretations of the End-Times, Superpower Conflict, and the Changing Geo-Political World Order, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, Vol 79, No 4.

Knox, Zoe (2011) Writing Witness History: The Historiography of the Jehovah’s Witnesses and the WatchTower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania, Journal of Religious History, Vol 35, No 2.

Lawson, Ronald (1995) ‘Sect-State Relations: Accounting for the Different Trajectories of Seventh-Day Adventists and Jehovah’s Witnesses’, Sociology of Religion v 56 n 4: 351(27).

Oliver, Bobbie (2001) ‘Australia: Jehovah’s Witnesses, Censorship during World War II’ and ‘5KA Radio Station’ in Derek Jones, ed, Censorship: A World Encyclopedia. Fitzroy Dearborn, London.

Penton, M James (1979) ‘Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Secular State: A Historical Analysis of Doctrine’, Journal of Church and State 21: 55-72.

Penton, M James (1999) Apocalypse Delayed: The Story of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Persian, Jayne (2005) A National Nuisance: The Banning of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Australia in 1941, Honours thesis, University of Wollongong NSW.

Persian, Jayne (2005) ‘The Banning of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Australia in 1941’, The Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association (TASA), Conference Proceedings. http://www.tasa.org.au/conferences/conferencepapers05/papers%20(pdf)/religion_persian.pdf

Persian, Jayne (2008) ‘”A National Nuisance”: The Banning of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Australia in 1941’, Flinders Journal of History and Politics, vol. 25. http://www.flinders.edu.au/sabs/fjhp-files/2008/JaynePersian2008.pdf

Persian, Jayne (2011) Short Radio Interview on FBi Sydney, http://www.mixcloud.com/allthebest/1202-all-the-best-witness/

Regehr, T. D. (1991), Book Review of William Kaplan’s ‘State and Salvation: The Jehovah’s Witnesses and their Fight for Civil Rights’, Canadian Historical Review, Vol 72, No 2.

Strawhan, Peter (1984) Jehovah’s Witnesses and Radio 5KA, 1930-1941, Honours thesis, Flinders University SA.

Strawhan, Peter (1985) ‘The Closure of Radio 5KA. January 1941’, Historical Studies, Vol 21, No 85, pp 550-564.

Swift, J. M. (1942), Jehovah’s Witnesses: A Brief Account of the History, Beliefs, and Methods of a Strange and Widespread Religion. A. R. Mowbray & Co Limited, London and Oxford.

Welch, Steven (2008), “Die strafrechtliche Verfolgung von Zeugen Jehovas in Australien im Zweiten Weltkrieg.” In Ich dien’ nicht! Wehrdienstverweigerung in der Geschichte, edited by Christian Th. Müller and Dierk Walter, 85-96. Berlin: dissertation.de.

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