The Nazi War on Christianity

The Nazis planned the elimination of Christianity. Once, this was common knowledge and authors writing while the Nazis were in power recognized this crucial fact.



Today, in a political and social climate drenched with fear and hatred of Christianity, the Nazi war on Christianity and Christian opposition to Nazism is "politically incorrect" history. But the words written in old books cannot be rewritten to fit the contemporary slander of Christianity.



The record-from more than forty books published while Hitler was in power, is clear and strong: The Swastika was at war with the Cross.





The Nazis were not Christians. They hated Christians. Hitler and other Nazi leaders mocked Christianity, persecuted Christians and planned the final end of Christianity. This is not politcally correct today, but it is what writers in the 1930s and 1940s were telling the world about the Nazi War on Christianity.

About Bruce Walker

Bruce Walker is a columnist whose articles have appeared in American Thinker, WorldNetDaily, FrontPage, the Washington Times and many other online periodicals. His first book, Sinisterism: Secular Religion of the Lie, has been ranked among the most essential books of our times