I am not a Baha’i, but I support their spiritual principles, like the unity of mankind, and I am a german; here is the untold story of the Baha’is in Nazi germany. The unity of humanity can not be stopped because it is a spiritual truth. In our time the old, dusty nationalism returns to consciousness again; It is time to raise the voice, for there is only one nation, the nation of mankind. Sooner or later the truth will be victorious. “The truth will set you free” (John 8:32) is the slogan of the University of Freiburg.
BahaiTeachings.org managing editor David Langness tells the riveting, powerful story of the Baha’i community in Europe during the reign of the Nazis. The Nazi regime outlawed the Baha’i Faith in 1937, put the Baha’is on trial and sent many to their death in the concentration camps—but no matter how hard they tried, they could never exterminate Baha’u’llah’s mission to establish love, hope, and the unity of humanity.
If you would like to read more on this subject check out David Langness’ 17 part series Baha’is and Nazis.