Did the churches in Germany support the 3rd. Reich?

Reply Tue 18 Jun, 2013 06:15 pm
I don't think so. contrary to popular opinion that the clergy were nothing but stooges of the reich , i believe they were secretly trying to stab the leadership in the back and in fact succeeded in sabotaging the war efforts by demoralizing their communities.
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Reply Wed 19 Jun, 2013 08:32 am
@count markovalley,
Same ol' same ol'.

Is the fascist needle stuck?

"A fanatic is one who can't change his mind and won't change the subject".

Churchill said that.

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Walter Hinteler
Reply Wed 19 Jun, 2013 08:54 am
@count markovalley,
Indeed: relgion and churches have a lot to do with 'belief'.

And "yes", some church leaders succeeded in demoralising their communities (that's called "parishes", when speaking about churches, by the way).
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Reply Wed 19 Jun, 2013 09:47 am
Actually, it is a little known fact that all Catholic priests and Protestant ministers in Germany in the 1930s were secretly Jews working for the destruction of Germany and all that was good and decent in the white race.

'S'truth . . . i read at Stromfront . . .
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