Hitler's Religion: The Twisted Beliefs That Drove the Third Reich
by Richard Weikart
Regnery History, 2016
(386 pages, $29.99, hardcover)
reviewed by Joe Keysor
The question of what Adolf Hitler might have believed about God has become a strategic and strongly contested salient in the culture wars. For some, Hitler demonstrates the evils of secularism. For others, his comments about God, Christianity, and the churches have led to claims that National Socialism was the product of a religious culture ("Germany was a Christian
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