Nazi Newspaper: Concordat is the Recognition of National Socialism by the Catholic Church

Nazi Newspaper: Concordat is the Recognition of National Socialism by the Catholic Church

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In Germany, the official Nazi newspaper Völkischer Beobachter describes the Concordat as a solemn recognition of National Socialism by the Catholic Church.

The newspaper says:

"The long drive against the alleged atheistic tendencies of our Party is now silenced by Church authority.

This fact signifies a tremendous moral strengthening of the National Socialist government of the Reich and its reputation."
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