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Doesn't that fact in itself discredit that "Niemoeller agreed with the Nazi's position on the Jewish question.
I have found most stuff through extensive searching but still missing a lot of the basic stuff that came with the computer from the store. Looking through my files i can see a lot there, but not there to access if you know what i mean. An EAccess violation occurs when the operating system reports and access violation. That means it is notifying you that you are trying to access invalid memory.
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See also discussion at: It is hosted by educational institutions and it includes discussion amongst scholars and teachers, many who are reputably published. Perhaps this resource's citability at WP should be clarified at the talk page of WP: I lean toward it being a reliable source, as it is essentially peer-reviewed. However, I am aware that others who have a good handle on WP: RS , have previously expressed that it is not a reliable source when the question has come up on other articles.
Could someone please rationalize the quotes and blockquotes in this section? The indentation is totally scrood up, but I can't tell for sure what the intent is -- what's a quote and what's a quote containing a quote, and so on. Hi Jpgordon, I'll try to answer your question. The second paragraph was originally quoted entirely verbatim from the author. Werner Cohn, Bearers of a Common Fate?
It was then enhanced by other editors. The author originally wrote:. Pastor Martin Niemöller, later himself to be persecuted by the Nazis, never made a secret of his strong, racial anti-Semitism. In his Sätze zur Arierfrage in der Kirche 'Theses on the Aryan Question in the Church' of November , he opposed the introduction of the "Aryan paragraph" in the Protestant church on doctrinal grounds grounds, but takes care, nevertheless, to opine that Jews had done great harm to Germany; he also indicates that the baptized Christians of Jewish origins are personally distasteful to him text in Günther van Norden, Der Deutsche Protestantismus im Jahr der nationalsozialistischen Machtergreifung, Gütersloh, , pp.
As late as , Niemöller goes out of his way to preach hatred against the Jews: Dear brethren, the reason is easily given: Pastor Paul Leo, a member of the Paulus-Bund and, like Niemöller, engaged with the Confessing Church in the fight against the "Aryan Paragraph," also expresses anti-Semitic sentiments in his memorandum on "Church and Judaism.
The memorandum is reported and described as "a remarkably original, thoughtful and objective composition" by Richard Gutteridge, op. Pastor Leo, born in in Göttingen and related to Moses Mendelssohn through Wilhelm Hensel, emigrated from Germany in and taught at the Lutheran Seminary in Dubuque, Iowa, where he died in Interview on July 26, One of the most striking exemplars of the pervasive anti-Semitism of the non-Nazi right wing is a man whose record is nowadays often whitewashed.
In his Sätze zur Arierfrage in der Kirche 'Theses on the Aryan Question in the Church' of November , he opposed the introduction of the "Aryan paragraph" in the Protestant church on doctrinal grounds, but takes care, nevertheless, to opine that Jews had done great harm to Germany; he also indicates that the baptized Christians of Jewish origins are personally distasteful to him text in Günther van Norden, Der Deutsche Protestantismus im Jahr der nationalsozialistischen Machtergreifung, Gütersloh, , pp.
I hope this helps. Have a go at it. Your participation and contribution are certainly appreciated. Since I'm being quoted extensively I'd like to have a link to my paper which is available as pdf file added to the reference.
However, I'm having difficulties with editing the references. Could a kind soul please add the following link to the reference "Raimund Lammersdorf, The Question of Guilt, Immediately under the "First they arrested" poem there seems to be a blurb which seems to have absolutely nothing to do with the poem.
The whole article also paints a very negative view of the man and is definately NPOV and focuses entirely on one aspect of him, the fact that he was an anti semite. The article doesn't even mention the fact that during the thirties anti-semitism was common throughout the world, and it seems to go to great lengths to make the man seem as sinister as possible. I don't know what to do about this though. I've added the template because this article is really in need of an expert on this subject whose intention is not to misuse this article for inflicting his personal views on it.
Before I approached the article it didn't even mention Niemöller's post-war pacifism with one word although this is one of the things he is best known for. His resistance to Nazism was always a subject of controversial debate. He had a very bad image in Great Britain shortly after the war and he himself openly admitted that he had not done enough to fight Nazism - as the famous poem explicitly says. So it would not do justice to him to exclusively focus on his pre-war political views although it is certainly important to point out the darker sides of his biography.
The article should also cite more works of modern scholars instead of focusing on those who all favor a particular view on Niemöller. The version of First they came I do not know what the original was, so I cannot make the correction. I'd go a step further. Why have two copies at all? How about we get rid of the one here? The article on the poem itself mentions many variations, including references to Jews, so we're not losing information by doing that.
If no objections in a few days, I'll do that. The "Allegations of Anti-Semitism" section of the main article is tagedd with the following two two templates:. They are obviously contradicting each other.
The same section cannot, reasonably, "seems to contain too many quotations for an encyclopedia entry", and, at the same time, "read like an unsourced personal reflection or essay". Therefore, unless some other editor gives me a good reason to the contrary, I am going to remove both templates from the section.
Miguel de Servet Generally, Niemoller enjoys a glowing historical reputation, mainly on account of the famous poem attributed to him. This article's content concerning his anti-semetism is probably the most important content any article on this man could contain since it informs the reader of critical but not widely publicized information. That being said, it is also controlling in this article. Perhaps more attention should be given to Niemoller's popular legacy, even if it is uninformed by his anti-semetic past?
Someone is very preoccupied indeed with Niemoller's alleged antisemitism. Much of the article is at present contradictory and of little use to ordinary users who have no axe to grind. On what grounds does the article apparently treat statements like this as on a par with gossip in Dahlem in the s?
This makes it pretty clear that Niemoeller was concerned about the plight of the Jews already in This is completely at odds with the extraordinary claim that he was a 'Holocasut collaborator'. After all, the man was out of circulation from mid onwards. He was behind bars or barbed wire when the Holocaust took place.
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