Religion in Nazi Germany

Religion In Nazi Germany

Religion in Nazi Germany

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For the attitude of the Nazi Party towards religion, and the significance of occultism and paganism, see the article religious aspects of Nazism.


This article gives an overview about religion in Nazi Germany and the Nazis' complex and shifting policy towards religion."The German census of May 1939 indicates that 54 percent of Germans considered themselves Protestant and 40 percent considered themselves Catholic, with only 3.5 percent claiming to be neo-pagan "believers in God," and 1.5 percent unbelievers. This census came more than six years into the Hitler era"

Organised religion in Germany 1933-1945



Historians have taken a look at the numbers of people who left the church in Germany 1933-45. The option to be taken off the church rolls (Kirchenaustritt) has existed in Germany since 1873, when Otto von Bismarck had introduced it as part of the Kulturkampf aimed against Catholicism. Statistics exist since...
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