100,000 Protest at Likelihood of Hitler Becoming Chancellor

100,000 Protest at Likelihood of Hitler Becoming Chancellor

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Source: Deutsches Bundesarchiv

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As many as 100,000 workers gather in Berlin to protest the likelihood of Adolf Hitler becoming German Chancellor. Although the Nazis have been making great gains in popularity in recent months, there are still large numbers of people - mostly communists, socialists, and members of various liberal political movements - who recognize how much of a danger Hitler and the Nazis are to Germany.

Unfortunately, leaders of Germany's various Christian churches do not appear to be among these people.

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