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Christianity provided a religious motivation for many to commit individual acts of kindness and rescue during the Holocaust, but it also provided religious justifications for antisemitism. Antisemitic interpretations of Christian doctrine were popular throughout Europe for centuries, and few in the German Catholic or Protestant churches publicly protested the Nazis' persecution of Jews.

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