President of German Evangelical Church Congress Wilhelm von Pechmann Resigns

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On this Easter Monday, Wilhelm Freiherr von Pechmann resigns as President of the German Evangelical Church Congress in protest against the Church's "lack of resistance and silence in the face of the great wrongs, misery and sorrow suffered in countless non-Aryan hearts and homes, Christian and Jewish..."


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