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Adolf Hitler Compares Himself to Martin Luther

Adolf Hitler and Vidkun Quisling, 1942

In a conversation with Vidkun Quisling, Adolf Hitler compares himself to Martin Luther as a person who is forced to fight even when he doesn't want to.

Hitler says;

"After making one proposal after another to the British on the reorganization of Europe, I now find myself forced against my will to fight this war against Britain.

I find myself in the same position as Martin Luther, who had just as little desire to fight Rome but was left with no alternative.

In this fight now I will destroy the England of old, and go alone about establishing a New Order in Europe.

My interests are only in northern Europe, not the south. The Mediterranean countries have always been death to the Germans."


War Trials: Quisling

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