Verskil tussen weergawes van "Adolf Hitler"

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** [[w:Richard Dawkins|Richard Dawkins]] aangehaal in [http://byfaithonline.com/page/in-the-world/richard-dawkins-the-atheist-evangelist "Richard Dawkins, the Atheist Evangelist", deur Larry Taunton, ''byFaith'' (18 Desember 2007)]
 
* Adolf Hitler was miskien al die tyd verkeerd, maar oor een saak bly ek vas oortuig: hierdie man kon vorderopgang vanmaak 'nvan lanskorporaal in die Duitse leër tot Führer van 'n volk van bykans 80 miljoen. ... Hierdie sukses was genoegsaam bewys dat ek my aan hierdie man ondergeskik moes stel.
** [[w:Adolf Eichmann|Adolf Eichmann]], soos aangehaal in "The Eichmann Memoir" in ''The Personalist Volume XLII'' (1961).
 
* As Hitler in die middel-dertigerjare te sterwe gekom het sou Nazisme besmoontlik onder leiding van 'n [[w:Hermann Göring|Göring]] 'n wesenlike verandering in verloop getoon het, en die Tweede Wêreldoorlog kon dalk afgewend word. Tog kon die mausoleum van Hitler, die stigter van 'n Nazi-godsdiens, miskienwellig 'n nog groter euwel bewerk het as al die gruweldade, bloedvergieting en vernietiging van Hitler se oorlog.
** [[w:Eric Hoffer|Eric Hoffer]], bl. 122 in hoofstuk 18: Good and Bad Mass Movements, ''The True Believer'' (1951)
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* The names of [[Vladimir Lenin|Lenin]], [[Joseph Stalin|Stalin]], and Hitler will forever be linked to the tragic course of European history in the first half of the twentieth century. Only weeks after the Russian Revolution the Bolsheviks created [[w:Cheka|secret police forces]] far more brutal than any that had existed under the tsar. The Nazis followed suit and were no sooner in power than they instituted the dreaded [[w:Gestapo|Gestapo]]. Under both regimes millions of people were incarcerated in concentration camps where they were tortured and frequently worked to death.
** [[w:Robert Gellately|Robert Gellately]], ''Lenin, Stalin, and Hitler : The Age of Social Catastrophe'' (2007).
 
* Die name van [[w:Vladimir Lenin|Lenin]], [[w:Joseph Stalin|Stalin]] en Hitler sal immermeer verbind word met die ellendige verloop van Europese geskiedenis in die eerste helfte van die twintigste eeu. Slegs weke na die Russiese Rewolusie het die Bolsjewiste [[w:Cheka|geheime polisiemagte]] op die been gebring wat enigiets wat onder die tsaar bestaan ​​het in brutaliteit oortref het. Die Nazi's het gevolg en was nouliks aan bewind toe hulle die gevreesde [[w:Gestapo|Gestapo]] ingestel het. Onder albei regimes is miljoene mense in konsentrasiekampe aangehou waar hulle gemartel is of deur dwangarbeid uitgemergel is.
** [[w:Robert Gellately|Robert Gellately]], ''Lenin, Stalin, and Hitler : The Age of Social Catastrophe'' (2007).
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* Hitler did a better job than Stalin of accomplishing Lenin’s totalitarian promises — better, too, than Mussolini,…
** [[w:François Furet | François Furet]], ''The Passing of an Illusion, The Idea of Communism in the Twentieth Century'', University of Chicago Press (1999) p. 205
* If he (Hitler) does not eat meat, drink alcoholic beverages, or smoke, it is not due to the fact that he has some kind of inhibition or does it because he believes it will improve his health. He abstains from these because he is following the example of the great German, Richard Wagner, or because he has discovered that it increases his energy and endurance to such a degree that he can give much more of himself to the creation of the new German Reich.
** Walter C. Langer, "The Mind of Adolf Hitler", Walter C. Langer, New York 1972 p.54-55
 
* As far as Hitler is concerned, we regarded him as a true man. He was only a corporal when he earned the Iron Cross First Class in World War I. In those days that was quite an achievement. When he spoke at meetings or rallies he managed to captivate his audience. He was able to get us in a mood where we believed everything he said and we left fired with enthusiasms. Everyone I met respected and trusted Hitler and I myself shared these feelings and opinions.
** Standartenoberjunker [[w:Jan Munk|Jan Munk]] - SS
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* Hitler ... was 'n held, die held-as-monster, wat die monsteragtige fantasie van 'n volk verwoord het. Die afgryseverskrikking waarop hierdie radikale denkwyse en liberale temperament gegrond is, was egter sy kanalisering van die energie van die Duitsers, waardeur hy vir die twintigste eeu 'n indeks geskep het van die afgryse waartoe hierdie geheimeheimlike hartsbegeerteversugting kan daal.
** [[w:Norman Mailer|Norman Mailer]], ''[http://www.esquire.com/news-politics/a3858/superman-supermarket/ Superman Comes to the Supermarket]. (November 1960)
 
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