The Influence of Protestantism in Post World War I Germany
From the paper:
?The groundwork for the Protestant role in these historical events began with the writings of Martin Luther. German Protestants of the 1920?s, even those who were not Lutheran, felt a special bond with him. This tendency was reinforced by theological beliefs of the average Lutheran of the day and the feeling that German people had an especially strong bond with their homeland, a bond stronger than many other people of the world.?