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By Anthony Aneke The year was 1946, 16th March precisely. A cold late-winter day in Münster, Germany. Bishop Clemens August Count von Galen had returned, not from exile but  from Rome and was progressing through the old inner city. He was wearing the red hat and robes of a cardinal of the Holy Roman Catholic Church. It was less than a year since Germany's defeat in the Second World War, and now Münster's own beloved bishop has been named by Pope Pius XII to the College of Cardinals. Some fifty thousand people had crowded the city to rejoice. Adolf Hitler's "Thousand-Year Reich" had done untold

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