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Hitler
used in The Remains of the Day

9 uses
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Definition
German Nazi dictator during World War II; murdered millions of Jews and others who were not of the Aryan race (1889-1945)
  • If Hitler had had things his way, we'd just be slaves now.
    3e — Day 3 - Evening (73% in)
  • It is, of course, generally accepted today that Herr Ribbentrop was a trickster: that it was Hitler's plan throughout those years to deceive England for as long as possible concerning his true intentions, and that Herr Ribbentrop's sole mission in our country was to orchestrate this deception.
    3m — Day 3 - Morning (58% in)
  • And Mr Harry Smith himself seemed to lose all inhibitions, for now he leaned forward and continued: "That's what we fought Hitler for, after all.
    3e — Day 3 - Evening (73% in)
  • The smallest suspicion that Herr Hitler, through our dear friend Herr Ribbentrop, has been manoeuvring his lordship like a pawn, just as easily as he manoeuvres any of his other pawns back in Berlin?
    4a — Day 4 - Afternoon (77% in)
  • Over the last few years, his lordship has probably been the single most useful pawn Herr Hitler has had in this country for his propaganda tricks.
    4a — Day 4 - Afternoon (83% in)
  • His lordship has been trying to persuade the Prime Minister himself to accept an invitation to visit Herr Hitler.
    4a — Day 4 - Afternoon (85% in)
  • At this very moment, unless I am very much mistaken, at this very moment, his lordship is discussing the idea of His Majesty himself visiting Herr Hitler.
    4a — Day 4 - Afternoon (86% in)
  • Well, apparently he's now keen to accept Herr Hitler's invitation.
    4a — Day 4 - Afternoon (87% in)
  • No one with good judgement could persist in believing anything Herr Hitler says after the Rhineland, Stevens.
    4a — Day 4 - Afternoon (88% in)

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