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Catholicism vs the Nazis

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(Last Updated:  15 Jun 2000 )

Recently I had a discussion with a correspondent who asserted that the Catholic Church did not oppose the Nazis, and that the Concordat signed between the Vatican and the German government in 1933 meant that Catholics in Germany were not able to oppose the persecution of the Jews by the Nazis.  This article is based upon my response to those assertions.  For more about the Catholic Church, Hitler, and the Nazis, see my articles The Catholic Church and the Nazis, and Hitler - Christian, Atheist, or Neither?
Quick Index: The Concordat / Did the Vatican ever Directly Criticise the Nazis? / Did the Catholic Centre Party Vote for Hitler? / Conclusion

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