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Martin Niemöller (1892 – 1984) is characterized in this 1935 article as a remarkable and brave theologian who was challenging the Nazi Reichsbishop Ludwig Mueller and Dr. Alfred Rosenberg for their assault on the Protestant Churches in Germany:

"Now Niemöller is resisting the attack of the German Christian Party, a neopaganistic movement, on the old Protestant faith, in fact. He was not molested when he read to his congregation the manifesto of the Confessional Synod' Brotherhood Council. "All most know that there is a bitter propaganda campaign against the Church under way. We must fight against this and for active, not passive, Christianity.".

Click here to read about the Nazi efforts to change the German churches into fascist tools.

Click here to read the 1939 article, "The Swastika vs. the Cross"

     


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Martin Niemöller (Literary Digest, 1935)

Martin Niemöller (Literary Digest, 1935)

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