Virtually all Mischling were Roman Catholic as the majority of Jews that converted to Christianity decided the pope was their fuehrer of choice. The majority of ethnic Germans were of the Protestant faith (obviously). The fact that the majority of Jewish to Christian converts were Roman Catholics is interesting as virtually all of the main Nazi leaders (including Adolf Hitler) came from Roman Catholic backgrounds. The faith of many international crypto-Jews such as the Spanish Sephardic Marrano’s also decided to outwardly practice Roman Catholicism (although practicing Judaism in secret).
1/2 Jewish Aryan poster boy Werner Goldberg
Of course, you can expect a very politically correct angle taken in Hitler’s Jewish Soldiers as not to offend certain individuals. The documentary even mentions how Hitler would have probably killed all the Mischling after the war if Germany had won the war, although the film offers no evidence to back up those claims. This would be highly unlikely as many people in the German government and military with prominent positions were of Jewish descent. The fact of the matter is that Jewish and German relations in Nazi Germany were much more complicated than Steven Spielberg or Eli Wiesel would want to admit.
Hitler’s Jewish Soldiers has a fairly simple and almost amateur construction. The real wealth of the documentary is in it’s exceptional interviews and stories. The documentary is more of a companion piece to the book written by American military historian Bryan Mark Rigg. Do yourself a favor and dilute the propaganda you learned at the unscholarly American public school you attend. Hitler’s Jewish Soldiers is a testament to the complexity of history. There is no such thing as objective history so it’s up to the individual to do their own research and develop their own interpretations.