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The Struggle Against Christianity in Germany
The struggle against Christianity in Germany assumed greater proportions by the end of 1941. On Nov. 10 the official Vatican radio station in Rome broadcast, without comment, a catechism published by the German weekly Nordland, organ of the "German Believers in God," in its issue of Sept. 15. There the principles of the German faith were given in the form of questions and answers. Some of the answers read: "We National Socialists are believers in God because in us as German men veneration of the divine and faith in it are impressed in an indelible manner in our blood and being. We National Socialists believe: in the divine; in the unity of the universe; in Mother Earth; in destiny; in the creative force of our blood; in our people and its mission; in our Fuehrer; in the National Socialist peoples community; in ourselves." In the catechism it was further said: "The divine in its highest form is personifie...
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