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Capture of Hans Smit, Hendrik Adamsz, Hans Bek, Matthijs Smit, Dileman Snijder, and 7 others, Aachen, 1558. Engraving by Jan Luiken Jan Luiken in , v. 2, p. 209 of Dutch edition. Scan provided by Mennonite Library <br/> and Archives Mennonite Library and Archives

Tillmann Schneider, (Dileman Snijder), a Hutterite martyr, was put to death on 4 January 1559, at Aachen, Germany, together with Matthias Schmidt.









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Date Published 1959

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