Religion, State and Society in the Transformations of the Twentieth Century: Modernization, Innovation and Decline

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Lit, 2008 - History - 356 pages
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The established churches and religious communities were deeply involved in the transition processes of the twentieth century. During the National Socialism as well as during the Cold War Christian religious communities were often used as political pawns. In both cases, National Socialism and Communism, the church leadership worked closely with the repressive Systems and tried to win the people over to the dictatorships' ideologies.

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