Hitler: After Concordat Signed Therell be Peace Between Catholics & Nazi Government

Hitler: After Concordat Signed Therell be Peace Between Catholics & Nazi Government

Vice Chancellor Franz von Papen

While Vice Chancellor Franz von Papen is in Rome, Adolf Hitler calls him to give him permission to tell Eugenio Pacelli, the future Pope Pius XII, that after the Concordat between the Vatican and Nazi Germany is signed, Hitler "would arrange for a thorough and full pacification between the Catholic portion of the people and the Reich government."

In addition to this, Hitler "would be willing to put a finish to the story of past political developments."

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