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Sir Arnold Wilson 

Walks and Talks

....A week spent at Nuremberg during the annual Nazi 
Party Congress.....I here record some impressions 
derived from such a visit, the seventh to Germany. ...... 
(These impressions were definitely favorable. Remark
 of researcher).

         ....Whatever opposition may exist underground, 
it causes no anxiety, for the Chancellor, standing erect 
an hour at a time, day after day, in a slow moving car in 
narrow streets between seven-storey houses, whence the 
poorest in the land watched him from their own windows, 
was running risks which few of the world's rulers, ..... 
would care to take.

p. 505, Wilson, Walks and Talks

After the ceremony of the Labor Service:

"I was not surprised to hear Herr Hitler begin his speech 
with the words: "I find it hard, at such a moment, to address you."

p. 511, Wilson, Walks and Talks

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