Max Amann Forbids Catholic Press From Publishing Stories on Politics Hot

Max Amann, Adolf Hitler's sergeant during World War I and currently the president of the Reichspressekammer (Reich Media Chamber), issues an order forbidding the Catholic press to publish articles about politics or local news.

The Concordat between Nazi Germany and the Vatican stipulates that Catholic institutions in Germany are not allowed to be involved in politics, and the Nazi Party is interpreting this as encompassing reporting on politics as well.

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