If they were not systematically killed then why were there so many in that concentration camp?
I believe I mentioned this already. But, I'll reiterate.
They were placed there as political dissidents. Did not Bella Dodd attest to the fact that over 1000 Communists were placed in the Church at the seminarian level by the KGB?
Many, many clerics were administering the sacraments to the German soldiers to the very end of the war. This would contradict the notion that the NSDAP were out to wipe out the Catholic clergy.
Again, if the idea of genocidal, systematic killing by the Germans, either Jews or non Jews, was an elaborate hoax, what is left? War, right? And as has happened so other times in the past, Catholic clergy took active roles on both sides of conflicts, as I cited earlier in regards to Polish clerics who took up arms against Germans before the war.
The fact is that Pius XII aided the Masonic Communists to defeat the Germans, and what was the result? Hardly a victory for the Church, no? We are still reaping the harvest from that war to this day.