Catholics and the Nazi vote 1932

Two interesting maps of Germany. On the first, the black areas are those with the highest concentration of Catholics according to the 1934 census:

On the second map, the black areas show the highest concentration of Nazi votes in the 1932 election (white the lowest)


Well fancy that!

The post Catholic Church Conservation:Catholics fiercest anti-nazis in pre-war Germany has larger versions of the maps if you want to see more detail.

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