Leader of Catholic National Socialists, Georg Lossau, Wants Ban on Nazi Party Membership Lifted

Leader of Catholic National Socialists, Georg Lossau, Wants Ban on Nazi Party Membership Lifted

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Source: Deutsches Bundesarchiv

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Under the leadership of Georg Lossau, a group of Catholic National Socialists sends a letter to Adolf Hitler saying that a revocation of the ban on Nazi Party membership for priests should be an important goal.

Hitler almost certainly agrees: anything which inhibits people from joining and supporting the Nazi agenda is treated as an enemy. What's more, an increase in National Socialist priests can only aid in the long-term goal of brining the Catholic Church under the control of the Nazi government.

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