George Bell, Bishop of Chichester, was a staunch opponent of Hitler and helped Jews and others escape the Third Reich. But his public opposition to indiscriminate Allied bombing of German cities probably cost him the See of Canterbury. After the war he devoted himself to the reunion of churches, befriended the future Pope Paul VI, and helped found the World Council of Churches. (source unknown)

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