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Ok, GCSE History question.

I am unsure of exactly what to include, it is a 6 marker but I can only get 4 points, but it would be ideal to get 6

'How did the Nazis control the German churches?'

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  1. Roman Catholic Concordat
  2. Allowed churches to keep their youth organisations
  3. Tried to get churches to not interfere with the Nazis
  4. Tried to replace the churches with their own Nazi church, in a way trying to lower their influence on the people.


Any help on other points to include would be greatly beneficial.

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Ok, GCSE History question.

I am unsure of exactly what to include, it is a 6 marker but I can only get 4 points, but it would be ideal to get 6

'How did the Nazis control the German churches?'

So far I have got
  1. Roman Catholic Concordat
  2. Allowed churches to keep their youth organisations
  3. Tried to get churches to not interfere with the Nazis
  4. Tried to replace the churches with their own Nazi church, in a way trying to lower their influence on the people.


Any help on other points to include would be greatly beneficial.

Thanks
Hi there. I did virtually the entire period of German history from 1900 to 1945 at A2 level and this was something we looked at. I seem to remember that the Nazis did eventually ban Catholic youth groups, though they did initially agree not to. With the Protestant churches, the Nazis did try and combine them all into one big church. However, it is possible to argue that the Nazis didn't really need to control either church that much, as most in both the Catholic and Protestant churches (asides from people like Clemens von Galen and the Confessional Church) already shared the Nazi Party's nationalist and anti-Semitic beliefs
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Hi there. I did virtually the entire period of German history from 1900 to 1945 at A2 level and this was something we looked at. I seem to remember that the Nazis did eventually ban Catholic youth groups, though they did initially agree not to. With the Protestant churches, the Nazis did try and combine them all into one big church. However, it is possible to argue that the Nazis didn't really need to control either church that much, as most in both the Catholic and Protestant churches (asides from people like Clemens von Galen and the Confessional Church) already shared the Nazi Party's nationalist and anti-Semitic beliefs
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