He was a true fanatic and he had the complete Spanish lack of respect for life.
Surely it was deeper with them, with the Spanish religion fanatics, than it was with the people.
Just suppose that when the planes unload they smash those anti-tank guns and just blow hell out of the positions and the old tanks roll good up whatever hill it is for once and old Golz boots that bunch of drunks, clochards, bums, fanatics and heroes that make up the Quatorzieme Brigade ahead of him, and I know how good Duran’s people are in Golz’s other brigade, and we are in Segovia tomorrow night.
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We think it was not a solitary fanatic, but a hired assassin.