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"The villager's memories of the changed man emphasize two major points: his intense and open religiosity and his thoroughgoing opposition to the Nazi regime. These two characteristics of his later thought and behavior are so closely interwoven that it is sometimes difficult to treat them separately." The New Man, p. 40.

"He likened him to a man who finds a little worm while digging in his garden and holds in his hands the choice of letting it live or cutting it in two with a stroke of his spade—for no cause and without justice. Such was Hitler who wished to dispose of the lives of those he oppressed at his pleasure." From Enns to Berlin, p. 79.

"I would have liked, too, to spare you the pain and sorrow you must bear because of me. But you know we must love God even more than family, and we must...

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