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From the neck down to his heels he was a mass of raw flesh." Introduction, p. 3

With few exceptions, the men who are running this Government are of a mentality that you and I cannot understand. Some of them are psychopathic cases and would ordinarily be receiving treatment somewhere." Introduction, p. 5

Depending on one's point of view, Germany was experiencing a great revival or a savage darkening." Chap. 2, p. 16

I was slightly anti-Semitic in this sense: I accepted the attitude that Jews were not as physically attractive as Gentiles and were less socially desirable." Chap. 5, p. 41

Accustomed all my life to the free exchange of views, the atmosphere of this evening shocked me and struck me as a sort of violation of the decencies of human relationship." Chap. 18, p. 147

Berlin is a skeleton which aches in the cold. . .It is my own skeleton aching. I feel in my bones the...

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