They were a product of a Christian background, though, so they would have been raised with Christian values, and even if Hitler and a couple others were crazy, that doesn't mean that everyone in command or everyone fighting for Germany and doing what Hitler wanted was crazy, nor does it mean that none of them were Christians.<quoted text>In retrospect Mao killed million and he was atheist. The Holocaust was not a Christian act so stop pretending it was; it was an act of crazy men
The actions of Geo Bush and Geo W. Bush, during their terms in office, were the actions of a madman too, but aren't they considered to have been Christians, or still are? Even the actions of the USA today, killing other human beings from non manned drones, which puts no lives on the American side in danger cannot be considered a Christian act, can they?
There have been many other wars that were fought by Christians against Christians, some of which are still going on, example Roman Catholics vs Church of England, in Ireland, and also the whole UK, and other parts of Europe as well. These wars were supposedly because of their differences in religious beliefs, yet all were Christian beliefs. I realize that often other than religious reasons were at the bottom, but the people who were doing the fighting would have felt they were out to kill RCs or to kill Anglicans.