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- proper n. A German Protestant Church that was associated with Naziism
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 After their rise to power the Nazis sought to purge the national German Evangelical Church of converted Jews, as well to make the church ideologically submissive to the state.
In their Manifesto of their "anxieties and fears", the German Evangelical Church quoted Rosenberg as saying, "The general ideas of the Roman and of the Protestant churches are negative Christianity and do not, therefore, accord with our soul."
Armenian, German Evangelical Church representatives, other coreligionists and human rights activists.
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