"One could only rebuild Germany again if one could enlist the masses of German labor. This could be achieved . . . would be possible only by combining the national conception with a social goal. He gave me on that occasion for the first time a very wonderful and profound explanation of the concept of National Socialism; the unity of the two concepts of nationalism on the one hand and socialism on the other, which should prove themselves the absolute supporters of nationalism as well as of socialism -- the nationalism, if I may say so, of the bourgeois world and the socialism of the Marxist world." ~ Hermann Goering, March 13th, 1946
"Formerly the purchasing agent and the salesmanager were among the most important members of a business organization. Today the emphasis has shifted and a curious new business aide, a sort of combination a "go-between" and public relations counsel, is now all-important. His job. . . is to maintain good personal relations with officials in the Economic Ministry, where he is an almost daily caller; he studies all the new regulations and decrees, knows how to interpret them in relation to his particular firm and is able to guess at what may be permitted or forbidden. In other words, it is his business to know how far one can go without being caught. He also develops special knowledge on how to camouflage private interests so that they appear to be 'interests of the community' or of the State"Far from being the tool of big capitalists, as Hitler has too often been described, any international transaction, large or small, could only happen with the approval and supervision of the Third Reich. No individual was allowed to leave Germany with anything more than the equivalent of $50 and all international trade was conducted through official channels, and then only if the served the purposes of the regime. "Excess profits" were forcefully invested in Hitler's armaments efforts or in projects in the "interest of the community".
PREVIOUSLY UNPUBLISHED EVIDENCE: Displayed is a scan of correspondence from 1934 which identifies Charles Davenport, Harry H. Laughlin, and Leonard Darwin as part of the leadership of the International Federation of Eugenic Organizations along with Hitler's top scientists, Alfred Ploetz and Ernst Rudin. It is important to note that this letter was written nearly 10 years after the publication of "Mein Kampf", and much after the commencement of hostilities towards the Jews.
"This thing, this euthanasia of the weak and sensual, is possible. On the principles that will probably animate the predominant classes of the new time, it will be permissible, and I have little or no doubt that in the future it will be planned and achieved. -- In such matters the New Republic will entertain no superstition of laisses-faire." (H.G. Wells, "Anticipations, The Faith of The New Republic")H.G. Wells, like Hitler after him, taught that "compassion was weakness" as these emotions have no place where systematic eradication of significant portions of the population is continually necessary:
"The men of the New Republic will not be squeamish, either, in facing or inflicting death because they will have a fuller sense of the possibilities of life than we possess. They will have an ideal that will make killing worth the while; like Abraham, they will have the faith to kill, and they will have no superstitions about death. -- People who cannot live happily and freely in the world without spoiling the lives of others are better out of it. That is a current sentiment even to-day, but the men of the New Republic will have the courage of their opinions." (H.G. Wells, "Anticipations, The Faith of The New Republic")