General Wickberg's Analysis

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This past week’s presentation on the Generals provided several insights into my future ministry as a Salvation Army officer. General Erik Wickberg’s appointment to Germany during World War II identified that an officer is not always appointed to a safe assignment. General Wickberg’s appointment to Germany was dangerous, since he like the people of Germany had to sleep or take cover in air raid bunkers. However, after the war General Wickberg was appointed to help post-war relief work in Germany. Although, the possibility of serving in a war-tone country like General Wickberg’s is limited, the danger of serving a in a hostile environment is possible. In addition, since General Wickberg served in Germany during World War II he was qualified as
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