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Hitler hated Christianity & replaced it with a Nordic religion (Discovery Channel)
The Nuremburg war crimes trials&other documents reveal that the Nazis planned to destroy Christianity even before they got power. You can verify it for yourself here.
If you believe Hitler's words where he was sounding religious, I guess you'll also believe take these words at face value that he wrote in in the Nazi Völkischer Beobachter on October 26, 1930,
"The German people has the solemn intention of living in peace&friendship with all civilized nations&powers... The young Germany, that is led by me...has only the most heartfelt desire for an understanding with other European nations." Um...exactly how did that work out. There's a reason Hitler is known as a master of propaganda.
Also, "According to Baldur von Schirach, the Nazi leader of the German youth corps that would later be known as the Hitler Youth, ''the destruction of Christianity was explicitly recognized as a purpose of the National Socialist movement'' from the beginning, though ''considerations of expedience made it impossible'' for the movement to adopt this radical stance officially until it had consolidated power, the outline says.
Attracted by the strategic value inherent in the churches' ''historic mission of conservative social discipline,'' the Nazis simply lied&made deals with the churches while planning a ''slow&cautious policy of gradual encroachment'' to eliminate Christianity.
The prosecution investigators describe this as a criminal conspiracy. ''This general plan had been established even before the rise of the Nazis to power,'' the outline says. ''It apparently came out of discussions among an inner circle'' comprised of Hitler himself, other top Nazi leaders including the propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels,&a collection of party enforcers&veteran beer-hall agitators.
Some Nazi party leaders viewed Christianity&National Socialism as competing world views (even though some Christians did not see a conflict)&Hitler planned to eliminate the Christian churches after securing control of his European empire. The churches were permitted some self governing&allowed to remain because Hitler did not want to risk strong opposition until other more pressing issues were dealt with.
Sharkey, Joe (13 January 2002). "Word for Word/The Case Against the Nazis; How Hitler's Forces Planned To Destroy German Christianity". The New York Times.
Bonney, Richard (Winter 2001). "The Nazi Master Plan, Annex 4: The Persecution of the Christian Churches". Rutgers Journal of Law&Religion. http://www.leics.gov.uk/the_nazi_mast....
"The Religious Affiliation of Adolf Hitler". Adherents.com. 12 August 2007.
^ Bendersky, Joseph W. (2000). A history of Nazi Germany: 1919-1945. Chicago, Ill.: Burnham. p. 165. ISBN 978-0-8304-1567-0.
The resistance of churches against the Nazis was the longest lasting&most bitter of any German institution. Yahil, Leni; Friedman, Ina; Galai, Hayah (1991). The Holocaust: the fate of European Jewry, 1932-1945. Oxford University Press US. 57. ISBN 9780195045239. https://books.google.com.tr/books?id=e_aRvKpLUf0C&pg=PA57&redir_esc=y&hl
From the mid 1930s, anti-Christian elements within the Nazi party became more prominent - they were restrained by Hitler, who thought religion would die by itself as science advanced. Nevertheless the Party began to suppress religious teaching, closed religious youth movements&excluded religious instruction from the Hitler Youth. The public collection of money for religious charities was forbidden. In 1937 all confessing church seminaries&teaching was banned. Dissident Protestants were forbidden to attend universities,&state-sponsored denominational&private religious schools were closed. During Hitler's dictatorship, more than 6,000 clergymen, on the charge of treasonable activity, were imprisoned or executed. The same measures were taken in the occupied territories, in French Lorraine, the Nazis forbid religious youth movements, parish meetings, scout meetings,&church assets were taken. Church schools were closed,&teachers in religious orders were dismissed. The episcopal seminary was closed,&the SA&SS desecrated churches, religious statutes&pictures; 300 clergy were expelled from the Lorraine region, monks&nuns were deported or forced to renounce their vows.
Overy, Richard (2004). The dictators : Hitler's Germany&Stalin's Russia. New York: Norton. pp. 281. ISBN 9780393020304 Halls, W.D. (1995).
Politics, society&Christianity in Vichy France. Oxford: Berg. pp. 179--81. ISBN 1859730817