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The Third Reich and the Christian churches / edited by Peter Matheson.


Grand Rapids, Mich. : W.B. Eerdmans Pub. Company, 1981.
ISBN 0802818722, 9780802818720

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Other Authors Matheson, Peter.
Subjects Church and state -- Germany -- History -- 1933-1945 -- Sources.
Church and state.
Germany -- Church history -- 1933-1945 -- Sources.
Germany.
Description viii, 103 pages ; 21 cm
Copyright Date 1981.
Notes Collection of documents translated from German.
Includes bibliographical references.
Summary A documentary account of Christian resistance and complicity during the Nazi era.--cover.
Contents 1. Programme of the NSDAP, 1920 -- 2. Quousque Tandem? 1930 -- 3. Guiding principles of the 'German Christians', May 1932 -- 4. The Roman Catholic church and national socialism, August 1932 -- 5. The Altona confession, January 1933 -- 6. Policy statement by Hitler, March 1933 -- 7. Cardinal Bertram to the German archbishops, April 1933 -- 8. Cardinal Bertram on the boycott of Jewish businesses, April 1933 -- 9. Appointment of Ludwig Müller by Hitler, April 1933 -- 10. Central office of the federation of protestant churches, June 1933 -- 11. Easter message of the old Prussian union, April 1933 -- 12. Kapler on the new church constitution, April 1933 -- 14. New guiding principles of the German Christians, May 1933 -- 15. Pastoral counseling in the third Reich, June 1933 00 16. Constitution of the German evangelical church, July 1933 -- 17. Catholic students union on national socialism, July 1933 -- 18. Völkischer Beobachter on the church elections, July 1933 -- 19. Radio broadcast by Hitler on the church elections, July 1933 -- 20. Election leaflet by gospel and church group, July 1933 -- 21. Concordat between the papacy and the third Reich, July 1933 -- 22. Ratification of the concordat, September 1933 -- 23. Circular letter by niemöller, September 1933 -- 24. Rudolf Hess on the religious allegiance of Party members, October 1933 -- 25. The 'sports palace scandal', November 1933 -- 26. Treaty between the Reich bishop and the Hitler youth, December 1933 -- 27. The 'muzzling decree', January 1934 -- 28. Hitler receives the protestant church leaders, January 1934 -- 29. The dismissal of bishop Wurm, April 1934 -- 30. The Barmen synod, May 1934 -- 31. Proscription of the Jehovah's witnesses, June 1934 -- 32. SS report on Catholic clergy, May/June 1934 -- 33. The Dahlem synod, October 1934 -- 34. The Gestapo and the churches, November 1934 and May 1935 -- 35. German faith, 1934 -- 36. The Reich church committee, October 1935 -- 37. Split in the confessing church, October 1935 -- 38. Censorship of the religious press, October 1936 -- 39. Protest of the provisional leadership to Hitler, May 1936 -- 40. Seamen's mission library, July 1936 -- 41. Agreement between the Reich church committee and the leaders of the provincial churches, November 1936 -- 42. Hitler announces new church elections, February 1937 -- 43. The Jewishness of Christianity, February 1938 -- 44. "With burning concern", March 1937 -- 45. Kassel statement to congregations, August 1937 -- 46. The SS and the Jesuits, August 1937 -- 47. The Werner era begins, December 1937 -- 48. Report on Beuron monastery, April 1938 -- 49. The silencing of the churches, September 1938 -- 50. The Munich crisis, September 1938 -- 51. The intercession liturgy, September 1938 -- 53. Theology faculties in the universities, February 1939 -- 54. Research institute into Jewish influence on German church life, May 1939 -- 55. The Jewish Christian -- 56. The outbreak of war, September 1939 -- 57. An easy death for the incurably ill -- 58. Party and church during the war, 1940 -- 59. The exigencies of war, 1940 -- 60. The erosion of the powers of the ministry for church affairs, August 1941 -- 61. The Moratorium on religious controversy, 1941 -- 62. Anonymous protestant assessment of the church situation, 1941-2 -- 63. The ambivalent attitude of the churches during the war, November 1941 -- 64. War atrocities, January 1943 -- 65. The religious press during the war, January 1943 -- 66. The final solution, October 1943 -- 67. Statistics on the membership and finances of the churches, July 1944 -- 68. Trial of Jehovah's witnesses, November 1944.
Genre Church history.
History.
Sources.
Geographic Area Germany
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6982512
(OCoLC)ocm06982512
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat

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