Bishop Asks Hitler to Consider Contributions of the Catholic Church to Germany

Bishop Asks Hitler to Consider Contributions of the Catholic Church to Germany

Bishop Hermann Wilhelm Berning of Osnabrück
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Bishop Hermann Wilhelm Berning of Osnabrück sends a letter to Adolf Hitler asking him to consider how much the Catholic Church has contributed to "the German nationality as a community of blood, language, and culture."

Berning hopes to convince Hitler to adopt a more positive and understanding attitude towards the Catholic Church.

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