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Hitler -- as in: Adolf Hitler
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To Kill a Mockingbird
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  • But it’s okay to hate Hitler?
  • "Adolf Hitler, Cecil," said Miss Gates.
  • When his turn came, he went to the front of the room and began, "Old Hitler-"
  • "Old Adolf Hitler has been prosecutin’...
  • ...old Adolf Hitler has been after the Jews and he’s puttin’...
  • I mean how can Hitler just put a lot of folks in a pen like that...
  • "Hitler is the government," said Miss Gates, and seizing an opportunity to make education dynamic, she went to the blackboard.
  • There are no better people in the world than the Jews, and why Hitler doesn’t think so is a mystery to me.
  • Hitler’s trying to do away with religion, so maybe he doesn’t like them for that reason.
  • The only time I ever saw Atticus scowl was when Elmer Davis would give us the latest on Hitler.
  • I asked him once why he was impatient with Hitler and Atticus said, "Because he’s a maniac."
  • Looked to me like they’d shut Hitler in a pen instead of letting him shut them up.
  • Miss Gates said it was awful, Hitler doin’ like he does, she got real red in the face about it-
  • Jem, how can you hate Hitler so bad an’ then turn around and be ugly about folks right at home?
  • She hates Hitler a lotů
  • Well anyway, Hitler’s started a program to round up all the half-Jews too and he wants to register ’cause in case they might wanta cause him any trouble and I think this is a bad thing and that’s my current event.

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  • Hitler killed disabled children as his first action of  "racial hygiene." He pretended to end the program when the public protested.
  • Hitler convinced many Germans they were better than other peoples.

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