Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 55

  14th December 1941, evening Pan-Germanic supporters and the Austrian Christian Socialists—Schönerer and Lueger—Anti-Semitism in Vienna.     Lueger, who had belonged to the Pan-Germanist movement, went over to the Christian-Social party, for he thought that anti-Semitism was the only means of saving the State. Now, in Vienna, anti-Semitism could never have any foundation but…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 131

  14th May 1942, at dinner   Suppression of the freedom of the press—The National Socialist journalist—The lure of authority. As a supporter of this viewpoint, I have tried, since I came into power, to bring the whole of the German press into line. Wherever it may be, this fetish of the liberty of the…

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