Now that would all depend on the view of the world from your eyes.<quoted text>
He may have "claimed" to be a Christian - that doesn't necessarily make him one, though.
He ended up choosing to serve satan - that much is obvious.
It is a fact that most of Germany were in fact Christians.
They themselves believed they were serving the lord in their endeavors from their perspective, just as you think you are.
What you fail to realize in understanding how Germany became the way they did, is that they were motivated by the writings of another German reformer Martin Luther. Who was very much against the Jewish people and by his writing they thought it was the will of god for them to exterminate the Jews.
On the Jews and Their Lies, 1543
by Martin Luther (1483-1546)