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Hitler's Philosophers


by Yvonne Sherratt,
The Jerusalem Post, April 19, 2013

Asked in 1941 how his fellow philosophers were receiving the war, Dr. August Faust, a professor at the University of Breslau, wrote that "in German thought there were always ready powers which we National Socialists today feel to be in particular conformity with our species and timely, though they previously never could function completely because in previous history the pooling of all powers of Greater Germany, which we owe to the F├╝hrer, was absent."


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