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The Extensive Use  by the Nazis
of  Christian Symbols :

Why did the Nazis
make so much use
of Christian symbolism ?

This collection of images from the period of the Third Reich clearly demonstrate how closely identified the Nazi authorities of Germany were with Christianity :

        [The page below is from the anti-Semitic German book, "Der Piftpilz" (The Poisonous Mushroom" Pointing out a cross, a peasant mother instructs her children:]

"Children, look there! The Man who hangs on the Cross was one of the greatest enemies of the Jews of all time. He knew the Jews in all their corruption and meanness... Because this Man knew the Jews, because He proclaimed the truth to the world, he had to die. Hence the Jews murdered Him. . . . And in a similar way they have killed many others who had the courage to tell the truth about the Jews. Always remember these things, children. When you see the Cross, think of the terrible murder by the Jews on Golgotha."

[Source, Jewish Virtual Library]

All of the Christian inspired symbols on this page are not conclusive proof by themselves that Hitler and the rest of the Nazi leaders had genuine affection for God and/or Christianity.  What I believe they do prove, however, is that these political leaders recognized the political reality of their time and place, namely that 98% of the people of Germany considered themselves "Christians", and that these leaders felt a need to use Christian symbolism to persuade their Christian population to embrace Nazism with enthusiasm.

Jesus, an Aryan family, and a German soldier adorn the pulpit
of the imposing Martin Luther Memorial Church,
established in the 1930's in Mariendorf (south Berlin)

NaziElectionPoster1932 CrosstoSwastika.jpg

NaziChristianWomen.jpg Mitgliedsabzeichen.jpg

Deutsche-Christen-flag.jpg DeutschenChristen2.jpg

HitlerWithMutterCross.jpg MothersCross.jpg


Aryan motherhood
had its special reward
in Nazi Germany

Hitler began by providing a substantial "loan" to German women producing their first offspring, a quarter of which was forgiven for each child they produced thereafter. NaziMonstrancemonstrance Then Hitler came up with the idea of an annual award to publicly honor women producing many human REPLACEment parts for his Nazi war machine.
        Was it an accident that the design for the medal he settled on, i.e. a crucifix enshrining the Nazi swastika, had a striking resemblance to what was one of the most visible articles of Roman Catholic worship at the time, i.e. "the monstrance", used to promote the worship of the Eucharistic host at Roman Catholic church services? The cross was awarded in bronze for a fourth child, in silver for a sixth and gold for an eighth.

        The 4 arms of the Nazi cross were normally all of the same length (samples below), but not so when the Nazis wanted to appeal to the Christian identity of most the population of Germany at the time.


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FaulhaberNazis.jpg LudWigMuller2.jpg

                reviewing Nazi troops

The leadership of the "German Christian" Party


Hitlerhosts huge Xmas Party

XmaswSoldiers XmasTreeBalls

Gottmituns on Uniform.jpg

In contrast to what these actual symbols of the times suggest, what evidence is there to support the romanticized view of many Roman Catholics of our time that their co-religionists of that period were heroic fighters against Nazism and victims along with the Jews of that regime? In the absence of any such evidence, I submit that many base their conclusions on nothing but wishful thinking, and on fiction such as the Hollywood movies like "The Sound of Music".
        Instead of hearing the screams of Jewish victims throughout the land, what the devoutly Catholic Von Trapp family heard and sang about were beautiful mountains "alive with the sound of music". What is so heroic about a Catholic family escaping supposed persecution in Nazi Austria, while blissfully leaving behind all of the real victims of the Nazi regime, their Jewish neighbors?

If the Nazis weren't Christians in life,
why were they usually treated as such in death?

This page is just a small part of the extensive research that Raymond (or David) Dubuque has done on the shame role of the Christian churches played on the European front of the second world war. This webpage shows some of the amazing number of Nazi paraphernalia which were inspired by the Roman Catholic or other Christian churches that 98% of Germans professed to belong to in those days.
        When the life of Nazis came to an end in their beloved "Lebensraum" (i.e. their nation's "living space" or "territory"), the photos below show what they were planning for their afterlife. The vast majority of their war-casualties were buried under Christian crosses because they viewed themselves as every bit as Christian as the Americans buried under crosses in U.S. military cemeteries such as the one below. The biggest difference between their cemeteries and ours isn't the shape of their crosses. It's the fact that – unlike ours – you won't find any stars of David mingled among their crosses. And because of that fact, it may well be that their cemeteries had a higher proportion of Christian symbols than ours did!
        On 07/28/2016, David was thrilled to visit the U.S. National Cemetery in Normandy, and to gather evidence of these isues for himself. It didn't require much effort to find a cluster of 5 such graves, and is happy to share this photograph that he took of them with you :



The Holy Family overseeing the Nazi cemetery below:

One of the largest of Germany's war cemeteries, in La Cambe, France,
just 13 miles from the U.S. National Cemetery in Normandy.


The Nazi military buried under crosses in the cemeteries above viewed themselves as every bit as Christian as the Americans buried under crosses in U.S. military cemeteries, such as the one below. The biggest difference between their cemeteries and ours isn't the shape of their crosses, but the fact that - unlike ours - you won't find any stars of David mingled among their crosses.
        On my visit to our National Cemetery in Normandy, on 07/28/2016, I checked this out for myself and found quite a few such stars, including the cluster of 5 or more below:


For much more proof of how Roman Catholic the Nazi regime was, see :
How Catholic was Hitler? &
Roman Catholics in Nazi leadership roles &
Also, see Oberammergau.html


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