The Nazi Persecution of the Churches, 1933-45

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Index
Althaus, P., 399
Amery, C., xxiv, xxvii
Asmussen, Pastor, 333
Austria, 211, 220, 224, 252, 309, 320, 366, 379; Nazi persecution in, 182, 224-8, 393-7, 452; confiscations in, 255, 256, 393-7
Backhaus, H., Pastor, 37
Bares, Nicholas, Bishop, 93
Barmen Declaration or Confession, xx, 83-4, 87, 335
Barth, Karl, xviii, xix, xx, 86, 191, 222-3, 334, 338, 399; theological influence of, 10; attacks 'Deutsche Christen', 10; author of Barmen confession, 83
Bauer, Munich School Inspector, 185
Baumgärtel, Friedrich, xxi
'Bekennende Kirche', see Confessing Church
Bell, George, Bishop of Chichester, xvii, 83, 100
Bergen, D. von, German Ambassador to the Vatican, 100, 304, 459, 461
Berggrav, E., Bishop, 293, 456
Berning, Wilhelm, Bishop, 25-6, 246, 399
Bertram, Adolf, Cardinal, 26, 166, 399, 453; warns against Nazism, 6-7, 22, 26; expresses concern about Nazi policy, 18, 22; gives support to the Nazi Government, 26, 229; urges acceptance of Concordat, 63; protests to the Government, 165, 179, 224, 256-8, 266, 288, 324, 452; and failure of complaints, 300; on concentration camps, 457
Biberstein, E., 133, 399-400
Böckenförde, E. W., xxii-xxiv
Blau, Superintendent, 318
Bodelschwingh, F. von, 35, 37
Bohm, W., 33
Bonhoeffer, Dietrich, xv, xvii, 290, 337-8, 400
Bormann, Martin, 50, 59, 60, 133, 178, 387-92, 400; institutes measures against the Churches, 67, 160, 192-4, 239, 287, 368-9; anti-clerical attitudes, 188-9, 203, 217, 221, 277, 314; and Oath of Loyalty, 211; appointed Hitler's secretary, 251; and seizure of church properties, 255-6, 279-80; institutes measures against clergy, 258; Circular to Gauleiters, 259-60, 330, 383-6; orders cessation of seizures of church properties, 279; and Galen, 280-I; orders postponement of church settlement, 284; supports forcible suppression, 291, 294; opposes Kerrl, 132, 139, 188, 2I4, 228, 249, 251-2; opposes other Nazis, 303; and Warthegau, 313, 3I4, 318, 320, 462; and Greiser, 313
Bornewasser, Franz, Bishop of Trier, I27, 279
Bouhler, Philipp, Chief of the Führer's Office, 267, 451
Brack, SS Leader, 271, 451
Brandt, Dr, 267, 451

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