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Hitler definitely played both sides of the fence. He would seemingly embrace the German populous’ cultural identification with Christianity and appeal to as such, while only a few pages later, would denounce “Christian sentimentality” as weakening the inevitable path set forth by the “Iron Laws of Nature” in producing or “evolving” a master race of humans. By this point, Germany had for the most part fallen into a position of “nationality above Christianity”. The pagan overtones of Hitler’s diatribe weremasked with a cultural affection for Christianity, while at the same time denying it. 3/5/2003 3:04:17 PM  

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