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Duce. His existence is also decisive.
the strongest nerves in Italy.
France. We can ask only benevo-
Party of our internal unity.
as far as decisive personalities are
solini. Not the pact with Italy are
sequence. The Fuehrer never expected
S. 1 39 For us it is easy to make a decision.
We have nothing to lose and can
146 15 It is hard to make a decision which must
lead to bloodshed. It is difficult but com-
to 15 years, not longer.
cision. Such decisions are much more
men of action.
England. In the Mediterranean the
V. 1 46
Besides the personal factor, the po
litical situation is favorable for us.
strengthened. From a maritime
sions had to be made to India.
she lost her predominance and shares it with America. Her Empire was shaken, Ireland became independent, the Union of South Africa aspires to the same, the appetite for it is growing in India.
No. 147 13 Because of the armament all countries have
created their own industries. It has be-
kets. The old order is disturbed.
Y. 1 53 A British statesman can look in the
future only with concern. Z. 1 54 France's position also deteriorated,
particularly in the Mediterranean.
AA. 1 1 56 Further favorable factors for us are
these: Since Albania there is no
17 France too is in a bad state, above all be
cause of the decrease of her conscription
occupation of Albania, which, in the
ruled by small minds, unsteady
minds or are under the influence of the
more in three years from now.
BB. 2 2 No one knows how long I shall live.
Therefore conflict better now.
was a great achievement politically
4 The psychological side has also to be con
sidered. The last three great events re-
Page Lino DD. 2 8 The relation to Poland has become
Page Line 148 18 It is obvious that the political situation of
Poland, such as it exists today, is un
bearable in the long run.
EE. 2 8 My Polish policy hitherto was in con
trast to the ideas of the people.
and Corridor) were disturbed by
148 19 Therefore the proposal of the Fuehrer
about the cession of Danzig and the cre-
tension will be created.
longer in our hands. From this point of
rather than later.
GG. 2 11 The initiative cannot be allowed to
pass to others. This moment is
could change the situation to our
cocked rifle. II. 214 A suggested compromise would have
demanded that we change our convictions and make agreeable ges
5 Bad compromises must be refused and the
demand for “nice gestures” that language of Versailles, which already can be