Hitler Comments on League of Nations Saying Strength Has Right on it's Side

Hitler Comments on League of Nations Saying Strength Has Right on it's Side

Hitler with Archbishop Cesare Orsenigo, the papal nuncio in Berlin, 1935

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In a speech in Munich, Adolf Hitler says that when nations disagree, the disputes must be judged by God.

Hitler says:

"I should like to see the nation which would allow itself to be brought before this League of Nations Court in the case of a disagreement without external force. In the life of nations, what in the last resort decides questions is a kind of Judgment Court of God. It may even happen that in case of a dispute between two peoples — both may be in the right. ...

Always before god and the world the stronger has the right to carry through what he wills."

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