The German Churches Under Hitler: Background, Struggle, and Epilogue
This book is an attempt to decipher just what went on in German churches during the Kirchenkampf in the era of Hitler, what actions were taken, for what reasons, and with what effect on the churches themselves. - Preface.
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The Protestant Churches before 1918
The Land Churches and Smaller Denominations
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