Redirect? You're the one bringing up a completely unrelated Council 20 years later by an entirely different Pope.
The analogy is lost on you.
The National Socialist policies are not mentioned ONCE in Mit. But you know what is mentioned?"No one would think of preventing young Germans establishing a true ethnical community in a noble love of freedom and loyalty to their country. What We object to is the voluntary and systematic antagonism raised between national education and religious duty. That is why we tell the young: Sing your hymns to freedom, but do not forget the freedom of the children of God".
The fact that there were those, such as Bormann, who wanted to elevate German identity above ALL else was the problem. That WAS NOT NSDAP policy. The fact that the government was attempting to stop the corrupt clergy within the Reich from teaching the German youth "the virtues" of the Marxist ideal was the issue.
The Church itself was infiltrated at this point of history. Of course the Catholic schools would have been infiltrated as well. Pius XI was shielded from the reality of what was going on on the ground, just like the Cristeros fiasco.