"No man in our age, possibly no man in all history, will have [ever] risen to such great heights along more terrible paths than Hitler when he enters Paris. Beginning with his dreaming, hysterical youth, when the vision of a Greater Germany was already keeping him awake at nights, Hitler has pursued this vision with a relentlessness and drive that has driven his friends to mad idolatry and his enemies to madder hatred. Yet, Hitler, mad or or not, has always been a man of system, a lesson that the world has been slow in learning. Those who saw him enter Prague and Warsaw already see the picture as Hitler enters Paris. No matter what gate he enters, he will inevitably make his way down the Champ Elysee. The grey columns that made possible his coming will line the streets."
"Meanwhile, with the entry of the first troops into Paris today, Berlin has flung itself into celebration. The Reichsfuehrer has ordered church bells to ring for a quarter of an hour. Flags are to be flown for three days... On the Kurfuerstendamm, on the Unter den Linden, the Berliners are shouting and singing, imbued with the kind of spirit that entranced the world on November 11, 1918."
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