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"We know nothing." (11)

"This was the greatest invasion in this war so far - probably the greatest in human history - and the sea was crowded to the horizon with uncountable ships ..." (12)

"'Would you like to take this man away, and shoot him?' The private's reply was to spit on his hands, and say, 'I don't mind if I do, sir.' The most revolting episode I have seen since joining the forces." (21)

"I did all the damage I could. I'm only sorry it couldn't have been more. Whatever I did was for the Fuhrer. You can shoot me whenever you like." (46)

"Until now I had clung to the comforting belief that human beings eventually come to terms with pain and sorrow. Now I understood I was wrong, and like Paul I suffered a conversion - but to pessimism. ... I knew that, condemned to everlasting darkness, hunger and...

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