Were the Nazis Pro-Christian?

Bundesarchiv Bild 183-1985-0109-502, Kirchenwahl.- Propaganda der "Deutschen Christen" in BerlinKirchenwahl.- Propaganda der “Deutschen Christen” in Berlin by Bundesarchiv, Bild 183-1985-0109-502 / CC-BY-SA 3.0

A summary of the treatment of various Christian denominations under the Nazis:


THE NAZI MASTER PLAN Transcribed and annotated by Professor Richard Bonney

CONFIDENTIAL

APPROVED BY THE PROSECUTION REVIEW BOARD

OFFICE OF STRATEGIC SERVICES

Research and Analysis Branch R & A No. 3114.4

THE NAZI MASTER PLAN

ANNEX 4: THE PERSECUTION OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCHES

Description. This study describes, with illustrative factual evidence, Nazi purposes, policies and methods of persecuting the Christian Churches in Germany and occupied Europe.

DRAFT FOR WAR CRIMES STAFF 6 July 1945

I. THE NATURE OF THE PERSECUTION

Throughout the period of National Socialist rule, religious liberties in Germany and in the occupied areas were seriously impaired. The various Christian Churches were systematically cut off from effective communication with the people. They were confined as far as possible to the performance of narrowly religious functions, and even within this narrow sphere were subjected to as many hindrances as the Nazis dared to impose. These results were accomplished partly by legal and partly by illegal and terroristic means…

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