Into That Darkness: An Examination of Conscience Quotes

Gitta Sereny
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"There is a split in Frau Stangl's attitude towards her husband; on the one hand she "stands by him" romantically, honourably, conventionally. On the other hand, she seeks small ways to emphasize her individuality, her separateness from him....[this may have shown in her] need to emphasize her intellectual and moral superiority over her husband," (p. 45).

"To understand how the Euthanasia Programme was practicable in a theoretically Christian country in the twentieth century, we must further examine the history of its development," (p. 60).

"...August 17, 1933...Father Lieber...[wrote]...Already for six months now, Catholic authorities no longer dare...to expose and emphasize the ideological differences between the [Nazi] Party and the Church," (p. 61).

"...Ministry of Justice...Almost all of them were Jews...and it was the same for the press, banks, and business; in Berlin all of it was in the hands of Jews. That wasn't right. There should...

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