Walter Grundmann (1906-1976), scholar

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Walter Grundmann (1906-1976) was a German scholar.


Protestant theologian. Supporter of the Nazi regime. Director of the infamous Institut zur Erforschung und Beseitigung des jüdischen Einflusses auf das deutsche kirchliche Leben / Institute for the Study and Eradication of Jewish Influence on German Religious Life (1939-1945). In spite of his involvement with the Anti-Semitic activities of Nazism, Grundmann regained some prestige in the post-war period as a theologian in the DDR.

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