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   "Never was Hitler's opinion more at odds with the views of others.
   Prince Otto von Bismark, a member of the great chancellor's family,
   characterized Ribbentrop as 'such an imbecile he is a freak of
   nature.' The French ambassador remarked: 'I could not talk to
   Ribbentrop; he listened only to himself.' Goering referred to him
   as 'Germany's number-one parrot,' because of his endless repetition
   of meaningless claptrap." (Conot, Robert E.  Justice at Nuremberg.
   New York: Harper & Row, 1983, 52-53)

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