historically, why did Hitler ban all secret societies in germany in his time (including freemasonry also)?
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edit: AlphaS6988, no wonder your best answers percentage is only %6...
- TheSicilianSageLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
He wished Germany would have only one "faith" (viz. Nazism) and one "loyalty" (viz. to the Nazi party) ... He would have banned all traditional religions too if he could have.
- sealyLv 43 years ago
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- John PLv 77 years ago
As with any fanatical leader, he wanted control, and he wanted to minuimise any possibility of dissent and overthrow. Just look at what is happening in North Africa at this moment.
- 7 years ago
I though everybody hate the fictional freemasonry...