The Nazi Persecution of the Churches, 1933-45

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Biographical Notes
The names of some leading Nazis have been omitted since their personalia are readily available in most of the general histories. The books mentioned are those which had some bearing on Church-State relations in the period 1933-45. Those titles marked★ are not mentioned in the post-1945 works of references, such as Who's Who in Germany or Kürschner's Gelehrtenkalendar.
ALTHAUS, PAUL Professor; b. 1888; 1920 Prof. in Rostock; from 1925 Prof. Systematic Theology in Erlangen, Bavaria; author of Leadership and Authority (Führertum und Obrigkeit), I936★, Die deutsche Stunde der Kirche I935★, and other works, especially on Lutheranism; emeritus I958; d. 1966.
BARTH, KARL Professor; b. 1886; Prof. of Reformed Theology, in Göttingen 1921-5; Prof. for Dogmatics and Exegesis of the N.T. in Münster 1925-30; Prof. of Systematic Theology in Bonn 1930-35; Prof. of Systematic Theology in Basle 1935; author of Church Dogmatics (1927-), Theologische Existenz heute, co-author of Barmen Declaration 1934.
BERNING, WILHELM Bishop; b. 1877; ordained 1900; Consecrated Bp. of Osnabrück 1914; appointed Prussian State Councillor by Goering, Sept. 1933; d. 1955.
BERTRAM, ADOLF Cardinal; b. 1859; ordained 1881; consecrated Bp. of Hildesheim 1906; appointed Archbishop of Breslau 1914; Cardinal I9I9; Chairman of the Conference of German Bishops 1919-45; d. 1945.
BIBERSTEIN, ERNST Protestant pastor; b. 1899; original name Czymanowski; appointed to Parish of Kating, Schleswig-Holstein 1924; Member of NSDAP 1927; membership no. 272692; 1927-33 Pastor of Kaltenkirchen, Schleswig-Holstein; 1933-5 Provost of Bad Segeberg, Holstein; 1935 appointed to Reich Ministry of Church

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