„We had been frightened of atomic weapons since 1945. In those days I became convinced — and remain convinced now — that, after Hitler, Truman was the greatest murderer in the world.“

—  Martin Niemöller, On his movement toward pacifism and becoming an activist against nuclear weaponry, as quoted in Martin Niemöller, 1892-1984 (1984) by James Bentley, p. 213
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Martin Niemöller1
niemiecki pastor luterański, teolog i działacz antynazis... 1892 - 1984

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