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Many were nominal Christians. However, the Nazi period saw large numbers of Germans leave the churches.

A relatively small group of Nazis tried to revive old "Nordic" beliefs and/or the occult.

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Adolf Hitler was a Catholic, but clearly not a good one. Others in the Nazi party were mainly Catholics and Lutherans. None of which should reflect on the good people who also belonged to those denominations.

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