The Third Reich Sourcebook (Weimar and Now: German Cultural Criticism)
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is not bolstered by courage, but also how a thoughtless foolhardiness that grabs on to what it covets without second thought, a daredevilry that scorns scrutinizing the correct means for that which is necessary and acheivable—how this foolhardiness is its own revenge. If we know how to learn this and take it to heart, and if we above all never forget that the life of all nations has from time immemorial meant a community with others, a community from which not least Germany nor the German nation
and political publications published in the territory of the Reich, through word, news reports, or pictures, is a public service profession whose rights and obligations are regulated by the state through this law. The name of this profession is “editor.” No person who is not authorized by the terms of this law shall identify himself as an editor. ARTICLE 2: PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS (1)Newspapers and periodicals are printed matter that appear in regular sequence at intervals of a maximum of three
subject—the suppression of freedom of speech, especially in the press. To this author, it seems like precisely the injection of ill will on the part of foreign readers that is needed to inflect their view with the desired degree of psychosis for the event that developments in Europe suddenly take an unanticipated denouement. And no one who is afforded so much as a glimpse at the situation in modern-day Germany will be able to deny this conclusion. The facts that follow are observations from
does not ground authority, because this authority does not prove any rank. For authority cannot be conferred but only seized. Authority is the effect of a rank that is not awarded but rather recognized by the Volk. Every order of rule is an order of rank and presupposes a disposition of the spirit, one accessible to the essence of rank. For rank is a spiritual phenomenon that becomes visible only as a symbol and, even in such cases, only for he who has spiritual access to the essence of rank.
the Asian part scarcely 1/4 million. The breakdown of Jews residing in the European part of the USSR according to trades was approximately as follows: Agriculture 9.1% Urban workers 14.8% In trade 20.0% Employed by the state 23.4% In private occupations such as medical profession, press, theater, etc. 32.7% Under proper guidance, in the course of the final solution the Jews are to be allocated for appropriate labor in the East. Able-bodied Jews, separated according to sex, will be taken in