GERMANY: God's Due

Out of censor-ridden Germany seeped news last week of a 4,000-word letter sent to Reichsführer Adolf Hitler last month, in which ten responsible pastors of the German Evangelical Protestant Church daringly protested against the entire credo and technique of the National Socialist Party. This remarkable document, phrased with an air of winning deference, indicted: 1) Nazi concentration camps; 2) the Nazi espionage system within the country; 3 ) the extralegal powers of the secret political police; 4) Nazi persecution of the German Protestant churches; 5) the Nazi philosophy of "blood, race...

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