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  • In other words: From the basic ideas of a general folkish world conception the National Socialist German Workers 'Party takes over the essential fundamental traits, and from them, with due consideration of practical reality, the times, and the available human material as well as its weaknesses, forms a political creed which, in turn, by the strict organizational integration of large human masses thus made possible, creates the precondition for the victorious struggle of this world view.

    Mein Kampf

  • His description of his political creed is beautifully characteristic of the man: “I was more Cavalier than Round-head, and so taken notice of; but afterwards I engaged body and soul in the cause of the Parliament, but still with much affection to his Majesty's person and unto Monarchy, which I ever loved and approved beyond any government whatsoever.”

    The Love Letters of Dorothy Osborne to Sir William Temple, 1652-54


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