Aryan Paragraph

Aryan Paragraph
   In its attempt to purge the German churches of any Hebrew influences, the Nazi government removed all Christian pastors with Jewish ancestry from their posts. This action was opposed by both the Catholic Church and the German Evangelical Confessing churches.

Historical dictionary of the Holocaust. . 2014.

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