Here is the proof that it was in Protestant areas that the Nazis got their highest votes and in the Catholic areas the lowest (save the exception of Berlin, where the common sense and down-to-earth humour of the native Berliners, coupled with a higher Socialist vote, ensured they could never vote for the strutting, jack-booted Nazi popinjays).
[Source: Blog of Fr Ray Blake at: http://marymagdalen.blogspot.com/]
The dark area on the first map show the 1933 Nazi vote in Germany.
The second map shows the distribution of Catholics in the 1932 census.
It is immediately obvious that majority Catholic areas didn't vote for Hitler whereas majority Protestant areas did.
Yet Protestant liars persist with the outright fib that Bavaria voted for Hitler. The truth is the exact opposite: Catholic Bavaria rejected Hitler, as did the Catholic Rhineland, and the Catholic parts of Westphalia, Pomerania and Silesia.
Remarkably, it is a nearly exact fit.
The Protestant areas, by contrast, are exactly the areas where the Nazis gained their votes. The only dot of white in the Nazi-voting Protestant areas is Berlin, for the reasons already mentioned.
It could hardly be clearer.
Face it, Protestants, your German co-religionists supported Hitler and the Nazis, some ardently.
Stop lying and start telling the truth, you Protestants who remain in denial, and recognise that your Catholic brothers, like Pius XII, were leading anti-Nazis and that the majority of German Protestants, with some very noble exceptions, sold out to the Nazi Antichrist.
And Catholics make better beer, too!