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By Leonhard Guenther, Frederick May Eliot

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A . has been restored by Hitler himself who, as Dr . Goebbels has told us, asked and asked Rohm to give up his sinful behavior . Rohm and some of his friends who might even have tried to set up a more fanatic super-national-socialistic government were executed tonight without trial, and we all admired the frankness with which Dr . Goebbels admitted these incidents and situations which any new government may innocently run into. We, the good patriots, are being released from a great worry . We always had believed that some kind of moral obligation toward men who had helped Hitler win power might keep the Fiihrer's eyes closed even if crimes were being committed .

Our government even admits temporary setbacks, and by this open and frank attitude it can be certain of the full-hearted cooperation of all of us in the future . [ 57 ] A German Ace Tells Why September 1, 1934 Lucerne, Switzerland Writing this entry in a beautiful Swiss town, I cannot conceal some concern about the situation into which Germany has manoeuvred herself or rather into which she has been manoeuvred by illwishing and antagonistic people all over the world . The miracle of the unity of a whole nation, following one man, forgetting all class barriers and working together peacefully and thankfully has not been understood by the world which surrounds us.

From Kaiserdom To Hitlerism February 15, 1924 Although I have been in business only six months, I have already had a very bad experience . Yesterday representatives of our workers and employees declared that they were going on strike today as the management would not accept their demands for a 10% increase in wages . Comparing the wages of our factory with those of other concerns I must confess that the wages we are receiving are perfectly normal . We have six large locomotives to build, and enormous sums of money will be lost if the strike continues longer than a few days .

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