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Attached is a page of research from a U.S. Army study on Hitler's military that we hope will clarify the unending argument as to whether Hitler practiced Christianity or preferred atheism.

Additionally, for those who have counted the existence of the "Gott mit Uns" German Army belt buckle as proof of the Nazi's faith in Christianity, Wikipedia points out that the the term has held a significance in the German military long before Hitler's birth:

"[Gott mit Uns] was used for the first time in German by the Teutonic Order. In the 17th century, the phrase Gott mit uns was used as a 'field word', a means of recognition akin to a password, by the army of Gustavus Adolphus at the battles of Breitenfeld (1631), Lützen (1632) and Wittstock (1636) in the Thirty Years' War".

Read about Hitler's persecution of the Christian Church...

The Soviets hated religion as well...

     


Atheist or Christian? (U.S. Dept. of War, 1945)

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