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himself not interrogated or arrested by state authorities after delivering the 1941 sermons. 292 It accused the Nazi Government of violations of the 1933 Concordat, and further that it was sowing the "tares of suspicion, discord, hatred, calumny, of secret and open fundamental hostility to Christ and His Church". 26 became the international block and 28 was reserved for Polesthe most numerous group. The hierarchy instructed priests to combat National Socialism at a local level whenever it attacked Christianity. As a boy, he was forced to join the Hitler youth, drafted into the anti-aircraft corps and trained as a child soldier. 115 On April 10, Francis Stratmann.P., a chaplain to students in Berlin, wrote to Cardinal Faulhaber, "The souls of the well-intentioned are deflated by the National Socialist seizure of powerthe bishops' authority is weakened among countless Catholics and non-Catholics because of their quasi-approbation. The government was reluctant to move against them since they could claim to merely attend the spiritual welfare of their flocks, "what they had to say was at times so critical of the central doctrines of National Socialism that to say it required great boldness. The Nazis arrested thousands of members of the German Centre Party.
Summi Pontificatus' - Section 28". 82233 Gill, 1994,. 190 "Holocaust History - Non-Jewish Victims of Persecution in Germany". Jewish populations were systematically deported from the ghettos and the occupied territories to the seven camps designated as Vernichtungslager ( extermination camps Auschwitz-Birkenau, Belzec, Chelmno, Majdanek, Maly Trostenets, Sobibr and Treblinka.
33 In early 1931, the Cologne Bishops Conference condemned National Socialism, followed by the bishops of Paderborn and Freiburg. Kaas was aware of the doubtful nature of such guarantees, but told members to support the bill, given the "precarious state of the party". 102 In this threatening atmosphere, Hitler called for a reorganization of church and state relations of both Catholic and Protestant churches. 25 The Catholic Church enjoyed a degree of privilege in the Bavarian region, the Rhineland and Westphalia as well as parts of the south-west, while in the Protestant North, Catholics suffered some discrimination. These accusations are strongly contested. 31 Hamerow, 1997,. He was cited and hailed by the Catholic rescuers as their leader and director. A series of encyclicals followed: Bona Sana (1920 Miserentissimus Redemtor (1928 Caritate Christi Compusli (1932)and most importantly Divini redemptoris (1937). Some of the priests who distributed the sermons were among those arrested and sent to the concentration camps amid the public reaction to the sermons. Holocaust Memorial Museum (ushmm the T-4 Program (established in 1939) was the model for future Nazi exterminations and it set a precedent for the genocide of what they described as the Jewish race. In theory, Lewy reasons, members of the clergy could join or remain in the nsdap without transgressing church discipline. Since the vast majority of Germans were either Catholic or Protestant this goal was a long-term rather than short-term Nazi objective".
It was not a random choice that the Jews were selected as the targets.
In the 1930s, Catholics constituted a third of the population of Germany and Political Catholicism was a major force in the interwar Weimar ior to 1933, Catholic leaders denounced Nazi.
Roman Catholic Church Information Center featuring 'freqently asked questions' about Roman.