Leader of Catholic National Socialists, Georg Lossau, Wants Ban on Nazi Party Membership Lifted

Leader of Catholic National Socialists, Georg Lossau, Wants Ban on Nazi Party Membership Lifted

Adolf Hitler
Source: Deutsches Bundesarchiv

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Under the leadership of Georg Lossau, a group of Catholic National Socialists sends a letter to Adolf Hitler saying that a revocation of the ban on Nazi Party membership for priests should be an important goal.

Hitler almost certainly agrees: anything which inhibits people from joining and supporting the Nazi agenda is treated as an enemy. What's more, an increase in National Socialist priests can only aid in the long-term goal of brining the Catholic Church under the control of the Nazi government.

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