World War Two - Aftermath
Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung (1875 - 1961) had much to say as to how the German people could come to terms with all the dreadful acts that were committed in their name during the previous 12 years.
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"[The German] will try frantically to rehabilitate himself in the face of the world's accusations and hate - but that is not the right way. The only right way is his unconditional acknowledgement of guilt... German penitence must come from within."
Click here to read Jung's thoughts on Hitler.
"The German Army has been defeated, but the German murderers are still murderers, the Junkers are still Junkers and they are still Nazis - and all of them are looking ahead to the next war....Here is what the Germans, whose commanders begged for mercy at the signing of the surrender, did in the 24 hours just before and after the formal deadline for capitulation..."
"The coming winter will be an extremely trying one for our occupation troops. If present conditions continue, there is certain to be starvation in Germany."
"As for the defendant's guilt: the British Attorney general named seven individually as 'murderers, robbers, black-mailers and gangsters' who led Germany into war..."
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"Intelligence officers of the U.S. Army, just returned from Germany, brought appalling stories of the conditions under the policy of divided control established at Potsdam last August. Berlin, they reported confidentially, had a pre-war population of four million and an average daily death of toll of 175. Berlin today, although harboring over a million refugees from what was Eastern Germany, has a population of just over three million; deaths, 4,000 a day."
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