The Nazi Persecution of the Churches, 1933-45

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Bibliography

As already mentioned in the Introduction, a vast literature on the German church struggle has already appeared in German, the titles of which, up to 1958, were published in the bibliography by Otto Diehn, Bibliographie zur Geschichte des Kirchenkampfes 1933-45 (Goettingen 1958). Since then much of the vast quantity of governmental and Nazi Party records for the period 1933-45 has become available to scholars, either in the archives of Western Germany or through microfilm collections prepared in Great Britain and the United States. The following bibliography does not attempt to be comprehensive. Only the main works and sources used have been cited, and much of the ephemeral literature which appeared during the period of the Church struggle has been omitted.


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UNPUBLISHED SOURCES

A. Records of the German Government Ministries

Records of the Reich Chancellery R 43 II 149-I78a.

Records of the German Foreign Ministry, Politisches Archiv, Staatssekretär, Vatikan and Pol. III, Vatikan.

Records of the Reich Ministry of Justice.

Records of the Reich Ministry of the Occupied Eastern Territories, I94I-5.

Records of the Reich Ministry of Education.


B. Records of Nazi Party organizations

Records of the NSDAP, Part I-III.

Records of the Reichsführer S S and Chief of the German Police, Part I-III.

Sammlung Schumacher, Berlin Document Centre.

Ordinances and Directives of the Nazi Party Chancellery.

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