„1927. I stood in front of your grave; in radiating sunshine there was a still, green mound. And it was preaching about mortality.
My answer was: resurrection.“

— Joseph Goebbels, 1927. Ich stand an deinem Grab; im glastenden Sonnenschein lag ein stiller, grüner Hügel. Und predigte Vergänglichkeit. Meine Antwort war: Auferstehung.

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deutscher Politiker (NSDAP), MdR, Reichsminister für Volk... 1897 - 1945

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