In Weimar Republic, the Christian Church (Catholic and Protestant) was a mighty political and social force. A force to be reckoned with. Consequently, the Nazis could not and would not have successfully performed the reengineering of Germany (the ‘Nazi Revolution’) without building and maintaining proper relationships with the Christian Church. Proper from their perspective, of course.
Hence, in the thirteenth chapter of my book, I will cover these relationships in the appropriate detail. Including relationships with His Holiness Pope Pius XII. Who for me is Saint Pius XII. Because he – for all practical purposes – saved the Holy Roman Catholic Church from a complete destruction.
I will cover relationships between Nazis and the Church both in the Third Reich and on the occupied territories, with the Greek and Russian Orthodox Churches, with Islam and with other religious denominations.