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Hitler -- as in: Adolf Hitler
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Anne Frank, the Diary of a Young Girl
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  • Our lives were not without anxiety, since our relatives in Germany were suffering under Hitler’s anti-Jewish laws.
  • No, that’s not true, Hitler took away our nationality long ago.
  • They were granted the right to asylum in Holland, but once Hitler is gone, they should go back to Germany.
  • Great propaganda for Hitler.
  • Whatever he says about politics, history, geography or anything else is so ridiculous that I hardly dare repeat it: Hitler will fade from history; the harbor in Rotterdam is bigger than the one in Hamburg; the English are idiots for not taking the opportunity to bomb Italy to smithereens; etc., etc.
  • Now, at last, things are going well! They really are! Great news! An assassination attempt has been made on Hitler’s life, and for once not by Jewish Communists or English capitalists, but by a German general who’s not only a count, but young as well.
  • This is the best proof we’ve had so far that many officers and generals are fed up with the war and would like to see Hitler sink into a bottomless pit, so they can establish a mthtary dictatorship, make peace with the Allies, rearm themselves and, after a few decades, start a new war.
  • Furthermore, Hitler has been so kind as to announce to his loyal, devoted people that as of today all military personnel are under orders of the Gestapo, and that any soldier who knows that one of his superiors was involved in this cowardly attempt on the Fuhrer’s life may shoot him on sight! A fine kettle of fish that will be.

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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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