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Reading about Hitler, the National Socialist party, and the state of Germany in the 30’s and 40’s…
And one thing I’ve come across many times were the differences in Mussollini and Hitler. Italy established itself as Roman Catholic and received a “nod of the head” from the clergy.
However, Hitler was also a Roman Catholic as he wrote in Mein Kampf. My question is: Why was Germany far more cautious and un-accepting of a state religion than Italy?
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