Members of the Council of the Protestant Churches of Germany, established 1945. Through this post-war alliance and the Stuttgart Declaration of guilt, these men created a united Protestant Christian identity in Germany.
Photo of the Reich Conference of German Christians in Berlin. Banner reads "The German Christian reads 'The Gospel in the Third Reich.'" It references the official German Christian newspaper that the Reich endorsed.
Photo of the defendants in the Beer Hall Putsch trial. From left to right: Pernet, Weber, Frick, Kiebel, Ludendorff, Hitler, Bruckner, Röhm, and Wagner. Note that only two of the defendants (Hitler and Frick) were wearing civilian clothes.