Hitler Bans Interference in Dispute Between Reich Bishop Müller and Evangelical-Lutheran Church Hot

Hitler Bans Interference in Dispute Between Reich Bishop Müller and Evangelical-Lutheran Church

Adolf Hitler in Nuremberg, 1933

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Adolf Hitler orders all state and federal government officials in Germany not to interfere in any way in the current disputes between Reich Bishop Ludwig Müller and other members of the Evangelical-Lutheran Church.

Reich Bishop Müller's problems have forced him to enter into negotiations with various factions within the Lutheran church, and Hitler has told the government that this is a purely internal church matter which no government official is to exercise any authority over.

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