„Germany will regard the Jewish question as solved only after the very last Jew has left the greater German living space... Europe will have its Jewish question solved only after the very last Jew has left the continent.“

—  Alfred Rosenberg, Quoted in "World Politics in Our Time" - Page 375 - by David C. Jordan - 1970.
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politico e filosofo tedesco 1893 - 1946
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„During my youth I rather leaned toward the prognosis that the Jews of different countries would be assimilated and that the Jewish question would thus disappear, as it were, automatically. The historical development of the last quarter of a century has  not confirmed this view. Decaying capitalism has everywhere swung over to an intensified nationalism, one aspect of which is anti-Semitism. The Jewish question has loomed largest in the most highly developed capitalist country of Europe, Germany. […]
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„The Jewish question is no question of humanity, and it is no question of religion; it is solely a question of political hygiene.“

—  Paul Schmidt German translator, Nazi 1899 - 1970
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„All writing is ultimately a question of solving a problem.“

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