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September 14, 2018 | History

The fabricated Luther 3 editions

Cover of: The fabricated Luther | Uwe Siemon-Netto
About the Book

The cliché that Martin Luther was the spiritual ancestor of Adolf Hitler was prominent following World War II, most notably in the work of journalist William Shirer. Scholars joined the bandwagon, mining Luther's writings for perceived connections between the great reformer and the mastermind of the Holocaust. Uwe Siemon-Netto exposes this connection as unfounded cliché thinking as he points readers to Luther's true descendants -- men such as Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Carl Goerdeler, and those who brought down the Berlin Wall through prayers and candlelight. - Back cover.

3 editions First published in 1995

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Cover of: The Fabricated Luther
October 1, 2007, Concordia Publishing House
The Fabricated Luther
Hardcover in English - Second Edition edition
Cover of: The fabricated Luther
2006, Concordia Pub. House
The fabricated Luther
in English - Rev. ed.
Cover of: The fabricated Luther
1995, Concordia Pub. House
The fabricated Luther
in English

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