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Fritz Sauckel Quotes

Fritz Sauckel Quotes & Quotations
Name:
Fritz Sauckel
Type:
Soldier
Nationality:
German
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Birth year:

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    Although as a sailor I despised politics - for I loved my sailor's life and still love it today - conditions forced me to take up a definite attitude towards political problems. Fritz_SauckelFritz Sauckel
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    As I, as a worker, came to know them, the aims of German trade unions were political, and there were a number of various trade unions with varied political views. Fritz_SauckelFritz Sauckel
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    As my father held only a very humble position, it was my mother, who was a seamstress, who made it possible for me to go to that school. Fritz_SauckelFritz Sauckel
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    At that time we were very definitely told that under no circumstances should there be any secret chapters or any other secrecy in the life of the Party, but that everything should be done publicly. Fritz_SauckelFritz Sauckel
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    I attended the elementary school at Schweinfurt and the secondary school. Fritz_SauckelFritz Sauckel
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    I could not have the honour of being a German soldier because of my imprisonment in the First World War. And in this world war the Fuehrer refuses to allow me to serve as a soldier. Fritz_SauckelFritz Sauckel
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    I did that all the more, if I may say so, because I was aware of the fact that there is an inclination to go to extremes in German people, and in the German character generally. Fritz_SauckelFritz Sauckel
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    I had to examine myself very thoroughly to find the right path personally. Fritz_SauckelFritz Sauckel
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    I joined the Party definitely in 1923 after having already been in sympathy with it before. Fritz_SauckelFritz Sauckel
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    I myself became the President and Minister of the Interior in that government; the old officials, without exception, remained in their offices. Fritz_SauckelFritz Sauckel
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    I was elected to the Diet in the same way as at every parliamentary election. Fritz_SauckelFritz Sauckel
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    I was member of the Diet as long as it existed, until May 1933. Fritz_SauckelFritz Sauckel
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    I was never informed in advance about the start of the war or about foreign political developments. Fritz_SauckelFritz Sauckel
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    In 1923 I married the daughter of a German workman whom I met at that time. I am still happily married to her today and we have ten children. Fritz_SauckelFritz Sauckel
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    In my Gau, as far as I know, only Communists who had actually worked against the State were arrested. Fritz_SauckelFritz Sauckel
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    It so happened that I was on a German sailing vessel on the way to Australia when the ship was captured, and on the high seas I was made prisoner by the French. Fritz_SauckelFritz Sauckel
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    Many years before I had left a beautiful country and a rich nation and I returned to that country six years later to find it fundamentally changed and in a state of upheaval, and in great spiritual and material need. Fritz_SauckelFritz Sauckel
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    My connection with the Reich Ministers was of a purely official nature and was very infrequent. Fritz_SauckelFritz Sauckel
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    My connections with the Reichsleiter were no different from my connections with the Fuehrer. They were of an official and Party nature. Fritz_SauckelFritz Sauckel
  • 20
    The citizen parties, by an absolute majority, elected a National Socialist Government. Fritz_SauckelFritz Sauckel
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    The controversies between the proletariat and the middle class had to be smoothed out and bridged over by each getting to know and understand the other. Fritz_Sauckel/21.php">Fritz Sauckel
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    The dissolution of the trade unions was in the air then. Fritz_Sauckel/22.php">Fritz Sauckel
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    Through the Young Men's Christian Association and principally in Australia and North America, as well as in South America, I came into contact with families of these countries. Fritz_Sauckel/23.php">Fritz Sauckel
  • 24
    When she became very ill with heart trouble, I saw that it would be impossible for my parents to provide for my studies, and I obtained their permission to go to sea to make a career for myself there. Fritz_Sauckel/24.php">Fritz Sauckel