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Most impressive to Irwin was the seemingly universal attitude Americans had that anything wa ossible. He had often found himself wishing, in his first days in America, that there had been more people like this with him in Warsaw eight years before" (Part I: pg. 100.)

"Henry," Irwin said finally. "I hope that you never lose interest in your shooting skills. If we had had a few less doctors and musicians in 1940, and a few more boys like you, perhaps what you see in these photos might not have been possible." Irwin Mann took a deep breath. "But Hitler and his brownshirts did not allow Jews like me to have guns" (Part I, pg. 181.)

"There are always men who want more and more power, and history has shown us that these kind of men will take all they can from the people they control. Sometimes they are finally stopped when...

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