Hermann G¶ring

#38072 Hermann G¶ring

My measures will not be crippled by any bureaucracy. Here I don't have to worry about Justice; my mission is only to destroy and to exterminate; nothing more. .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about will
#38073 Hermann G¶ring

Shoot first and inquire afterwards, and if you make mistakes, I will protect you. .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about war
#38074 Hermann G¶ring

Guns will make us powerful; butter will only make us fat. .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about power
#38075 Hermann G¶ring

We will go down in history either as the world's greatest statesmen or its worst villains. .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about history
#38076 Hermann G¶ring

The Jew must clearly understand one thing at once, he must get out! .

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#38077 Hermann G¶ring

No enemy bomber can reach the . If one reaches the Ruhr, my name is not Goering. You may call me Meyer. .

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#38078 Hermann G¶ring

The only one who really knows about the Reichstag is I, because I set it on fire! .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about fire
#38079 Hermann G¶ring

...and suddenly there appears this misbegotten monster of welded-together engines one cannot get at! .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about ego
#38080 Hermann G¶ring

Why has this silly engine suddenly turned up, which is so idiotically welded together? They told me then, there would be two engines connected behind each other, and suddenly there appears this misbegotten monster of welded-together engines one cannot get at! .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about ego
#38081 Hermann G¶ring

The people were merely to acknowledge the authority of the Fuehrer, or, let us say, to declare themselves in agreement with the Fuehrer. If they gave the Fuehrer their confidence then it was their concern to exercise the other functions. Thus, not the individual persons were to be selected according to the will of the people, but solely the leadership itself. .

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#38082 Hermann G¶ring

I especially denounce the terrible mass murders, which I cannot understand ... I never ordered any killing or tortures where I had the power to prevent such actions! .

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#38083 Hermann G¶ring

The German people trusted the F .

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#38084 Hermann G¶ring

These statements were recorded in 's transcriptions of conversations with many of the Nazi leaders during the , and later published in Gilbert's Nuremberg Diary(1947). .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about men
#38085 Hermann G¶ring

After the United States gobbled up California and half of Mexico, and we were stripped down to nothing, territorial expansion suddenly becomes a crime. It's been going on for centuries, and it will still go on. .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about crime
#38086 Hermann G¶ring

Do you think I give that much of a damn about my lousy life? .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about life
#38087 Hermann G¶ring

Naturally, the common people don't want war; neither in Russia nor in England nor in America, nor for that matter in Germany. That is understood... .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about war
#38088 Hermann G¶ring

Der Sieger wird immer der Richter und der Besiegte stets der Angeklagte sein. The victor will always be the judge, and the vanquished the accused. .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about will
#38090 Hermann G¶ring

Do you think I give that much of a damn about my lousy life? — For myself, I don't give a damn if I get executed, or drown, or crash in a plane, or drink myself to death! — But there is still a matter of honor in this life! — Assassination attempt on Hitler! — Ugh! — Gott im Himmel!! I could have sunk through the floor! And do you think I would have handedover to the enemy, guilty as he was? Dammit, I would have liquidated the bastard myself! .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about life
#38092 Hermann G¶ring

What do I care about danger? I've sent soldiers and airmen to death against the enemy — why should I be afraid? .

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#38093 Hermann G¶ring

Hitler decided that. I thought it was stupid because I believed that first we had to defeat England. .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about believe
#38094 Hermann G¶ring

No. It was the last hours and he (Hitler) was under pressure. If I could have seen him personally it would have been different. .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about different
#38095 Hermann G¶ring

I know you want to study me psychologically. That's reasonable and I appreciate it. At least you don't lecture to me and pry into my affairs. You have a good technique as a psychiatrist. Let the other fellow talk and stick his neck into the noose. I don't mean that the way it sounds. But you hardly say anything. Someday I'm going to ask you questions. .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about good
#38096 Hermann G¶ring

I have always been interested in family history. Chromosomes are funny things, aren't they? They may skip a generation and you can find children who resemble the grandfather, rather than either parent. Heredity is more important than environment. Blood will tell. For example, a man is either musical by heredity or he is not. You can't make a man musical by the environment. You can find a person who is very musically inclined and be puzzled because neither parents nor grandparents had any ear for music. But if you trace it back, you will find that the great-grandfather was a musician. But the environment plays a great part in the development of a man. It is significant whether a man is brought up in the city or in the country, near a lake or on the shores of the ocean. .

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#38097 Hermann G¶ring

In Berlin Jews controlled almost one hundred percent of the theaters and cinemas before the rise to power. .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about power
#38098 Hermann G¶ring

Hitler had the willpower of a demon and he needed it. If he didn't have such a strong willpower he couldn't have achieved anything. Don't forget, if Hitler had not lost the war, if he did not have to fight against the combination of big powers like England, America, and Russia — each one he could have conquered individually — these defendants and these generals would now be saying, 'Heil Hitler,' and would not be so damn critical. .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about war
#38099 Hermann G¶ring

To me there are two Hitlers: one who existed until the end of the French war; the other begins with the Russian campaign. In the beginning he was genial and pleasant. He would have extraordinary willpower and unheard-of influence on people. The important thing to remember is that the first Hitler, the man who I knew until the end of the French war, had much charm and goodwill. He was always frank. The second Hitler, who existed from the beginning of the Russian campaign until his suicide, was always suspicious, easily upset, and tense. He was distrustful to an extreme degree. .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about war
#38101 Hermann G¶ring

The atrocities are, for me, the most horrible part of the accusation in this trial. They thought that I took it lightly or laughed about it or some such nonsense, in court. That is definitely a mistake. I am the type of person who is naturally against such things and my own psychological reaction is to laugh or smile in the face of adversity. Perhaps that explains my attitude in court. Besides, I was not to blame for these horrors. It's not just that I am a hard man because of my long experience in the army and in politics. It's true that I saw plenty in the First World War and during the air raids and at the front in this war. But I was always a person who felt the suffering of others. To paint me as an unfeeling ogre who laughs in court at the atrocities is stupid. .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about politics
#38102 Hermann G¶ring

All Quatsch. Nobody knows the real G .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about body
#38103 Hermann G¶ring

I think that women are wonderful but I've never met one yet who didn't show more feeling than logic. .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about women
#38104 Hermann G¶ring

If I didn't have a sense of humor, how could I stand this trial now? .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about humor
#38105 Hermann G¶ring

In the first place I'm sure Hitler did not write that damned testament himself. Probably some swine like Bormann wrote it for him. But I don't see what is so terrible in the testament when you examine it, anyway. There was Berlin, bombed every minute. The noise of artillery from the lousy Russians, the American and British bombers overhead. Maybe Hitler was a trifle unbalanced by all that. If he wrote the testament at such a time, it was hysteria. But essentially, what difference does it make? .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about time
#38106 Hermann G¶ring

I have to laugh when the English claim they are such a wonderful nation. Everyone knows that Englishmen are really Germans, that the English kings were German, and that in Russia the emperors were either of German origin or received their education in Germany. .

Hermann G¶ring Quotes about education

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