German Faith Movement

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The German Faith Movement (German: Deutsche Glaubensbewegung) was an organization/movement in National Socialist Germany, associated with the Indologist and religious studies writer Jakob Wilhelm Hauer. It is claimed to have sought to move Germans away from Christianity towards a religion based on Germanic paganism and National Socialism, also stated to have been influenced by Hinduism. The organization/movement is claimed to have had around 200,000 followers at its height, but is stated to have declined already in 1936, when Hauer left it.

As for other claims regarding National Socialist Germany, claims regarding the German Faith Movement in politically correct sources may be problematic.

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