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"He is really a very, very prudent man. If he can make it in Poland without war, he'll do it. Otherwise, he'll not move. Not now. Perhaps in ten years, when he's built Germany up enough." Aaron Jastrow on Hitler, Chapter 2, p. 24.

"Yes, here the Germans sit at the heart of Europe, Henry, these perplexing first cousins of ours, simmering and grumbling away, and every now and then they spill over in all directions, with a hideous roar. Out they pour from these lovely little towns, these fairy-tale landscapes, these clean handsome cities—wait till you see Cologne, Nuremberg, Munich, even Berlin and Hamburg—out they bubble, I say, these polite blue-eyed music lovers, ravening for blood. It gets a bit unnerving. And now here's Hitler, brining them to a boil again." Alistair "Talky" Tudsbury, Chapter 3, p. 43.

"I mean, this is the airport of the capital...

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