Saturday, September 26, 2015

A Quote from Hitler on the Tragedy of the US-German War

"This war against America is a tragedy... It is illogical and devoid of any foundation of reality. It is one of those queer twists of history that just as I was assuming power in Germany, Roosevelt, the elect of the Jews, was taking command in the United States. Without the Jews and without this lackey of theirs, things could have been quite different. From every point of view Germany and the United States should have been able, if not to understand each other and sympathize with each other, then at least to support each other without undue strain on either of them." 
- Adolf Hitler, to Martin Bormann, 1941; quote in Toland's 'Adolf Hitler'
Hitler's declaration of war on the US in 1941
came after two year of American violations
of Neutrality Act provisions.