Catholic Citizens In The Third Reich

Author: Donald J. Dietrich
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 9781412819183
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The literature on Nazi Germany is enormous. But this is the first analysis of the dynamics shaping individual motivations and group response to Nazi ideals.

Resisting The Third Reich

Author: Kevin P. Spicer
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ISBN: 9780875803302
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Spicer juxtaposes Catholicism and Nazism to provide a clear, balanced understanding of the challenges the clergy faced simply by celebrating the sacraments and teaching the faithful.

Oberammergau In The Nazi Era

Author: Helena Waddy
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019979877X
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Similarly, a large literature treats the story of Catholics in the Third Reich, notably
Conway, Nazi Persecution of the Churches; Dietrich, Catholic Citizens in the
Third Reich; and Phayer, Protestant and Catholic Women in Nazi Germany. The
importance of a regional approach for studying Catholic culture emerges in
Möller, Wirsching, and Ziegler, Nationalsozialismus in der Region; Heilbronner,
Catholicism; and Stephenson, Hitler's Home Front. Heilbronner found a
deteriorating ...

Complicity In The Holocaust

Author: Robert P. Ericksen
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 110701591X
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Complicity in the Holocaust describes how the state's intellectual and spiritual leaders enthusiastically partnered with Hitler's regime, becoming active participants in the persecution of Jews, effectively giving Germans permission to ...

The Catholic Church And The Holocaust 1930 1965

Author: Michael Phayer
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 0253214718
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Phayer explores the actions of the Catholic Church and the actions of individual Catholics during the crucial period from the emergence of Hitler until the Church's official rejection of antisemitism in 1965. 20 photos.

Christian Responses To The Holocaust

Author: Donald J. Dietrich
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
ISBN: 9780815630296
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Written by both Jewish and Christian scholars, these essays focus on the Christian responses to Nazism and delineate the roles that individuals and their churches played in confronting Hitler.

Catholicism And The Roots Of Nazism

Author: Derek Hastings
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199889244
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Widerstand oder Anpassung: Katholische Kirche und Drittes Reich. Munich, 1984
. Denzler, Georg, and Volker Fabricius. Die Kirchen im Dritten Reich: Christen
und Nazis Hand in Hand? Frankfurt, 1984. Deuerlein, Ernst. “Hitlers Eintritt in die
Politik und die Reichswehr.” VfZ 7 (1959). Dierker, Wolfgang. Himmlers
Glaubenskrieger: Der Sicherheitsdienst der SS und seine Religionspolitik..
Paderborn, 2002. Dietrich, Donald. Catholic Citizens in the Third Reich. New
Brunswick, N.J., 1988 ...

The Jesuits And The Third Reich

Author: Vincent A. Lapomarda
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr
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The document can be found in Acta Romana Societatis lesu, 1 (1932-34), 896.
and in Memorabilia Societatis lesu [henceforth MSI], V (1934). 180. Also, see
Donald J. Dietrich, Catholic Citizens in the Third Reich (New Brunswick:
Transaction Books, 1988). pp. 192-193. Lothar Groppe, "The Church's Struggle
with the Third Reich." [trans. by Alan F. Lacy], Fidelity (October 1983), 12-15 and
23-27, shows the downright hated of Hitler and the Nazi leadership for the
Catholic Church and ...

Human Rights And The Catholic Tradition

Author: Donald J. Dietrich
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 1412809223
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Catholic. Ambivalence. in. the. Third. Reich. I The church in Nazi Germany
initially adapted to the Nazi state since both institutions detested bolshevism and
democracy, but individual Catholics did not always hew to the ecclesial line.
Scholars have tried to diagnose the sociopolitical and ... These Catholic citizens,
laity as well as theologians, were able incrementally to attack Hitler's
Weltanschauung with its racist normative values. As a political state, the Vatican
had sought concordats ...