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- We no longer demand anything, we want war.
- August 1939
- The hostile attitude of the Soviet government towards Germany and the serious threat represented by the concentration of Russian troops on the borders of the Country has forced the Reich to undertake military countermeasures. The Führer has placed me in charge to officially inform you of these defensive provisions.
- To Soviet ambassador Berezkov, June 22, 1941.