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Religion in Nazi Germany: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: Some Protestants resisted by forming the ________.
Prussian Union (Evangelical Christian Church)NazismConfessing ChurchGerman Christians

Question 2: The ________ was signed on July 20, 1933.
Pope Pius XIIWeimar RepublicCentre Party (Germany)Reichskonkordat

Question 3: The encyclical ________ however was never published.
Summi PontificatusPope Pius XIIHumani generis unitasPope Benedict XVI

Question 4: Hitler also led to the unification of Pro-Nazi Protestants in the ________ which was led by Ludwig Müller.
Protestant Reich ChurchConfessing ChurchLutheranismPrussian Union (Evangelical Christian Church)

Question 5: For example the special clothing, ghettoization, and badges demanded of Jews were once common or even began in the ________.
Pope John Paul IIPope Gregory ICatholic ChurchPapal States

Question 6: The line of "anti-Semitic descent" from Luther, the author of ________, to Hitler is "easy to draw." In her The War Against the Jews, 1933-1945, she contends that Luther and Hitler were obsessed by the "demonologized universe" inhabited by Jews.
Martin LutherVom Schem HamphorasMartin Luther and antisemitismOn the Jews and Their Lies

Question 7: Christianity in Germany has, since the ________, been divided into Catholicism and Protestantism.
CrusadesProtestant ReformationEast–West SchismCounter-Reformation

Question 8: At his trial ________ said that until 1936 the Catholic Church hoped for a Christian alignment to the beneficial aspects he said they saw in national socialism.
Franz von PapenTheobald von Bethmann-HollwegJohann Heinrich von BernstorffArthur Zimmermann

Question 9: Like the idea of the Reichskonkordat, the notion of a ________, which would unify the Protestant Churches, also had been considered previously.
Prussian Union (Evangelical Christian Church)LutheranismConfessing ChurchProtestant Reich Church

Question 10: [9] Nevertheless the Party began to suppress religious teaching, closed religious youth movements and excluded religious instruction from the ________.
Hitler YouthNazi PartyNeo-NazismNazism
















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