Today, I can say with joy that we no longer idealize the young fellow who can handle his beer and liquor, but the young man who can face any weather, the tough young man. For what matters is not how many glasses of beer he can drink, but how many blows he can withstand. Not how many nights he can spend doing the rounds of the bars and pubs, but how many kilometers he can march.
Adolf Hitler (via hyperb0rean)
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You must practice today the virtues that nations need when they wish to become great. You must be loyal, you must be courageous, you must be brave, and among yourselves you must form one great, splendid comradeship. Then all the sacrifices of the past that had to be made and were made for the life of our nation will not have been offered in vain.
Adolf Hitler [as quoted by Horkenbach, 1933] (via hyperb0rean)
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