Thursday, May 23, 2019 Text is available under the CC BY-SA 3.0 licence.

Karl Wolff

« All quotes from this author

If you repeat to the Führer the story of the radio message from your agent, I won't go to the gallows alone. You and the Reichsführer will hang beside me.
To Ernst Kaltenbrunner. Quoted in "The Last 100 Days" - by John Toland - 1966

Karl Wolff

» Karl Wolff - all quotes »

Tags: Karl Wolff Quotes, Authors starting by W

Similar quotes


Führer, my Führer given me by God. Protect and preserve my life for long. You rescued Germany from its deepest need. I thank you for my daily bread. Stay for a long time with me, leave me not. Führer, my Führer, my faith, my light. Hail my Führer.

Baldur von Schirach

Once you have the gallows, you’ll find new reasons to hang people from it.

Orson Scott Card

Dietrich quite openly criticised measures taken by the Führer. He complains that the Führer does not give his military staff a sufficiently free hand and that this tendency has now become so pronounced that the Führer even lays down the employment of individual companies. But Dietrich is in no position to judge. The Führer cannot rely on his military advisers. They have so often deceived him and thrown dust in his eyes that he now has to attend to every detail. Thank God he does attend to them, for if he did not, matters would be even worse than they are anyway.

Sepp Dietrich

He must be a poor creature that does not often repeat himself. Imagine the author of the excellent piece of advice, "Know thyself," never alluding to that sentiment again during the course of a protracted existence! Why, the truths a man carries about with him are his tools; and do you think a carpenter is bound to use the same plane but once to smooth a knotty board with, or to hang up his hammer after it has driven its first nail? I shall never repeat a conversation, but an idea often. I shall use the same types when I like, but not commonly the same stereotypes. A thought is often original, though you have uttered it a hundred times. It has come to you over a new route, by a new and express train of associations.

Oliver Wendell Holmes

The message of radio is one of violent, unified implosion and resonance.

Marshall McLuhan
© 2009–2013Quotes Privacy Policy | Contact