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Title: Vatican And The Holocaust

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Subject: History
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Date: January 30, 1997
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In particular, the origins of Christian-Jewish schism. Then moving on to the papacy's policies towards Nazi Germany during Pius XII's. Ending with what Catholicism did to help thwart the Fuhrer's Final Solution. The anti-Semitism that occurred during the Nazis reign over most of Europe is not something unique to that particular region, or even particular time period...

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Anti-Semitism had been a driving force throughout religious history. Nor was it particular to just the Nazis, they did not start this policy of hatred, they simply stoked the fires that made it possible. A fire that the Church had started hundreds of years ago. Throughout religious history there has been a major schism between the Catholic church and the Jews...

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