james von brunn <vonbrunn@goeaston.net> wrote:
From: "james von brunn" <vonbrunn@goeaston.net>
To: "VON BRUNN" <vonbrunn@goeaston.net>
Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 21:10:34 -0400



HITLER envied and admired
before Jew slander and libel .
... There can be no doubt that he has achieved a marvelous transformation in the spirit of the people,
in their attitude towards each other, and in their social and economic outlook ... The people are
more cheerful.  There is a greater sense of general gaiety of spirit throughout the land.  It is
a happier Germany.  I saw it everywhere, and Englishmen I met during my trip and who knew
Germany well were very impressed with the change.  As to his popularity, especially among
the youth of Germany, there can be no manner of doubt.  The old trust him; the young idolize him.  It is
not the admiration accorded to a popular leader.  It is the worship of a national hero who has saved his
country from utter despondence and degradation.
            Former British Prime Minister DAVID LLOYD GEORGE, Daily Express, September 17th, 1936
One may dislike Hitler's system and yet admire his patriotic achievement.  If our country were
defeated I should hope we should find a champion as indomitable to restore our courage
and lead us back to our place among the nations.  WINSTON CHURCHILL, Step by Step, p.143
Upon his return following a visit to Hitler, his daughter greeted former Prime Minister David Lloyd George,
humorously with a "Heil Hitler!"  "Yes, Heil Hitler.  I too, say that, because he is truly a great man. 
I have never met a happier people than the Germans and Hitler is one of the greatest men
among the distinctly great men that I have ever encountered."
" ... And it only remains to watch the results of the forthcoming general election in Germany, in which
it is inconceivable that a single vote should be cast against him, even by the angriest German
Jew or German Communist."
                                   GEORGE BERNARD SHAW, playwright. The Observer, November, 5th, 1933
" ... The criminal courts have never had so little to do and the prisons have never had so few
occupants.  It is a pleasure to observe the physical aptitude of the German youth ...  
                                                                                                          Sir ARNOLD WILSON, M.P.
"Germans in their country are not less well cared for than the English people in theirs, but better
                                                                                                                          DOUGLAS REED
"It has undoubtedly cleaned up Germany in the ordinary moral sense of the word.  The corruption so
manifest as characteristic in the days after the war has disappeared,
at any rate from public view ...  
         His Lordship, the MARQUIS OF LOTHIAN, British Ambassador to Washington, June, 29th, 1937
"Last May, I returned, bringing my family for another sojourn, after two years spent in other European
countries.  I found a
Germany which has advanced miraculously from the point of 1933.  I found political
solidarity, a wholesome tone in the life of city dweller and country dweller alike.  I found living costs
materially reduced and an unmistakable optimism on every hand.  In every quarter I found the same
answer to my questioning: Profound belief in the genius of the Leader, love and admiration for him as
an individual.  My observations have covered a wide range of social classification.  I have talked with the
humblest type of labourers, with merchants, professional men.  I have yet to discover a dissenting voice
to the question of loyalty to the Fuehrer.  My two young daughters are attending German public schools
and are receiving an education which in thoroughness could be equaled in few countries.
                                                                                                   JOHN L. GARVIN, The Observer








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