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How can we hope to remain economically competitive in a world in which... 90% of Dutch high-school students take advanced math courses and 100% of teachers in Germany have double majors, while the best we can say about our pocket of excellence is that 75% of [American] students have learned to critique tactfully?More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
If Germany is to become a colonizing power, all I say is, God speed her! She becomes our ally and partner in the execution of the great purposes of Providence for the advantage of mankind.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
To walk through the ruined cities of Germany is to feel an actual doubt about the continuity of civilization.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Howard Hughes: You want to go to war with me?
Sen. Ralph Owen Brewster: It's not me, Howard. It's the United States Government. We just beat Germany and Japan. Who the hell are you?More [08/04/2005 12:08:00]
Nazi Germany produced some posters that would certainly rank as artistically meritorious; their political content was anathema to most people.More [03/23/2006 12:03:00]
You know the world is going crazy when the best rapper is a white guy, the best golfer is a black guy, the tallest guy in the NBA is Chinese, the Swiss hold the America's Cup, France is accusing the U.S. of arrogance, Germany doesn't want to go to war, and the three most powerful men in America are named 'Bush', 'Dick', and 'Colon.' Need I say more?More [04/19/2006 12:04:00]
The real Brothers Grimm were scholars; they were these amazing heroes in Germany who discovered this folklore and shone a light on it, and made Germans proud of their heritageMore [05/25/2006 12:05:00]
ďThe idea is that Jodie Foster is with her child and she's going back to New York from Germany with her husband's body. She loses her child on a plane, and you think, 'How can that happen?' There's no record of her having brought a child onto the plane, and the captain is left wondering about whether she's telling the truth. You never really know if she's telling the truth or not.ĒMore [06/12/2006 12:06:00]
I get a lot of stuff from Germany - stuffed bugs and tarantulas.More [07/02/2006 12:07:00]
People in Germany are hungry for real music, something that speaks to the heart.More [11/14/2006 12:11:00]
Well yes so far, I was recently in Germany and they had me do six book signings a day and that was too much so I had them cut it down to about three. It becomes taxing at times but its a lot of fun and you meet a lot of nice people.More [11/23/2006 12:11:00]
Hendley: Come on, Roger. We all know the score here, at least... most of us do. Your idea of this escape is to... start another front, to foul up the Germans behind the lines. All right, that's fine, that's fine. But once we get passed that barbed wire, once we have them looking all over Germany for us, that mission is accomplished. Afterwards, we have some ideas of our own.
Bartlett: You mean getting home? Back to your family and children?
Hendley: That's right.
Bartlett: Good God, man. Do you really believe I haven't thought about that, too?More [01/07/2008 12:01:00]
Tom Irwin: The truth was, in 1914, Germany doesn't want war. Yeah, there's an arms race, but it's Britain who's leading it. So, why does no one admit this?
[approaching a war memorial]
Tom Irwin: That's why. The dead. The body count. We don't like to admit the war was even partly our fault cos so many of our people died. And all the mourning's veiled the truth. It's not "lest we forget", it's "lest we remember". That's what all this is about - the memorials, the Cenotaph, the two minutes' silence. Because there is no better way if forgetting something than by commemorating it.More [03/16/2008 12:03:00]
I am not saying that during the Second World War Germany did not, under the leadership of the National Socialist government, commit crimes.More [04/08/2008 12:04:00]
Walter Donovan: Germany has declared war on the Jones boys.More [04/15/2008 12:04:00]
[Indy and his father have boarded the airship]
Indiana Jones: Well, we made it!
Professor Henry Jones: [looking out from behind his newspaper] When we are airborne, with Germany behind us, *then* I will share that sentiment!More [04/15/2008 12:04:00]
I said to myself, where are we living? In the United States of America where you're innocent until proven guilty, or Nazi Germany with the Gestapo calling?More [05/28/2008 12:05:00]
Albert Kropp:
Ah, the French certainly deserve to be punished for starting this war.



Detering:
Everybody says it's somebody else.



Tjaden:
Well. how do they start a war?



Albert Kropp:
Well, one country offends another.



Tjaden:
How could one country offend another? You mean there's a mountain over in Germany gets mad at a field over in France?


[Everyone laughs]



Albert Kropp:
Well, stupid, one people offends another.



Tjaden:
Oh, well, if that's it, I shouldn't be here at all. I don't feel offended.



Katczinsky:
It don't apply to tramps like you.



Tjaden:
Good. Then I could be goin' home right away.

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Adolf Hitler:
Heute gehört uns Deutschland - morgen, die ganze Welt!



Narrator:
Today, we own Germany - tomorrow, the whole world!

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Narrator:
A young German couple has come to register the birth of their son.



Mother, Father:
Heil Hitler.



Judge:
Heil Hitler!


[the parents begin handing the Judge documents]



Narrator:
Those documents are birth certificates, all the way to their great grandparents, proving, of course, that they are pure aryans. The mother wants to call her son Hans.


[the Judge gestures toward a list on the wall of non-German names]



Narrator:
Here is the Verboten list. Mm-hm. Hans seems to be okay... for the time being. There's their hereditary passport, with spaces for twelve future children. A subtle hint Germany needs soldiers.


[the Judge hands them a copy of "Mein Kampf."]



Narrator:
As a reward, they get a copy of Germany's bestseller.

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Clive Candy:
Until now, Germany has used her arms with honor.


[pause, smiles]



Clive Candy:
I admit he said nothing about her legs.

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Uncle Billy:
After all, Potter, some people like George HAD to stay at home. Not every heel was in Germany and Japan.

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Elmer Brockhurst:
[after leaving a briefing] 'Key industrial objectives!' Henh! A fine comfort for a lot of new widows back home!



James Carwood:
What do you suppose is there, Brockie? Is there any one target in Germany worth 48 bombers?



Elmer Brockhurst:
Worth it to whom?

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Maj. Gen. Roland Goodlaw Kane:
Casey, this may pull down the work of twenty years. All right, let's have it.



Brig. Gen. K.C. 'Casey' Dennis:
The day after you left, sir, weather conference gave us a clear break over Central and Northeast Germany 44 days running. There was a chance to do the job, possibly the last one, so I laid on 'Stitch.'



Maj. Gen. Roland Goodlaw Kane:
Regardless of the fact that you might be upsetting the larger picture



Brig. Gen. K.C. 'Casey' Dennis:
Larger than what, sir? The outcome of the war?

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Bomber Harris:
[Wallis and Summers have come into his office] Hello, Mutt. Wallis.



Barnes Wallace:
Good morning.



Bomber Harris:
What is it you want?



Barnes Wallace:
I've got an idea for destroying the Ruhr Dams. The effects on Germany would be enormous.



Bomber Harris:
I know all that. I've read the report.


[thumps file folder on his desk]



Bomber Harris:
But, do you *really* think you can knock down a dam with *that* thing?



Barnes Wallace:
Yes.



Bomber Harris:
Well, it looks clever enough on paper. But that goes for *all* of these wheezy ideas. When you try to make them work, they fall down *flat*.



Barnes Wallace:
This one doesn't.



Bomber Harris:
How do you know?



Barnes Wallace:
We've tested it and proved it. I've got some films here I'd like you to see.



Bomber Harris:
[mildly surprised] Why... If you've proved the thing, why hasn't it been taken up?



Barnes Wallace:
I don't know. But the films only take five minutes to run. You could see them and judge for yourself.



Bomber Harris:
Well... All right.


[gets up from desk and heads toward projection room]



Bomber Harris:
Send the projectionist out of the room. If this thing's as good as you say, there's no point in letting everyone know.


[indicates his aide, Air Vice-Marshall Saundby]



Bomber Harris:
Saundby can run the film.

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Col. Martin Hessler:
Our column has made the farthest advance! We have outrun the other Panzers! The eyes of Germany are on us! The Fuhrer himself will decorate me. We have done it Conrad! We have done it!



Cpl. Conrad:
Then I was wrong. We have won the war.



Col. Martin Hessler:
No.



Cpl. Conrad:
You mean we have lost?



Col. Martin Hessler:
No.



Cpl. Conrad:
I don't understand. If we have not won, and we have not lost, than what is happening?



Col. Martin Hessler:
The best thing possible is happening - the war will go on.



Cpl. Conrad:
For how long?



Col. Martin Hessler:
Indefinitely. On, and on, and on!



Cpl. Conrad:
But it must come to an end.



Col. Martin Hessler:
You're a fool Conrad. Those of us who understood knew in 1941 that we could never win.



Cpl. Conrad:
You mean Colonel for three years we have been fighting without any hope of victory?



Col. Martin Hessler:
There are many kinds of victory. For the German Army to survive, for us to remain in uniform - that is our victory. Conrad, the world is not going to get rid of us after all.



Cpl. Conrad:
But, when do we go home?



Col. Martin Hessler:
This is our home.



Cpl. Conrad:
And my sons? When do I see them? What will become of them?



Col. Martin Hessler:
They will become German soldiers, and you will be proud of them.


[pause]



Col. Martin Hessler:
Conrad, do you still have any of those delicacies left you offered me at Ambleve?



Cpl. Conrad:
Yes, sir.



Col. Martin Hessler:
Prepare them for me. I'm in very good appetite!


[Music]

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General Count von Klugermann:
I'm afraid it's rather a small medal, Willi, but it's the highest Germany can give.



Willi von Klugermann:
Thank you... Uncle

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Jacob Zion:
They told you, I suppose, that I have a terrible temper.



Col. David 'Mickey' Marcus:
I served in Germany under General "blood-and-guts" Patton. You're a pussycat.

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Dan Rowan:
[as the News of the Future anchor] Berlin, 20 years from now, 1989. There was dancing in the streets today as East Germany finally tore down the Berlin Wall. The joy was short-lived, however, as the wall was quickly replaced with a moat full of alligators.

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Aschenbach:
You must realize that today in Germany anything can happen, even the improbable, and it's just the beginning, Frederick. Personal morals are dead. We are an elite society where everything is permissible. These are Hitler's words. My dear Frederick, even you should give them some thought.

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Sophie Von Essenbeck:
Don't fool yourself, however, Elizabeth. Don't dream of coming back one day to find a Germany which was so dear to your heart. It's finished, that Germany, forever. There will be no other Germany but this one, and you will not be able to escape it for it will spread before you know it all over Europe and everywhere!

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Count Massimo Contini:
Actually, I would have preferred to live in a different century, Florence in the 13th or Germany in the 18th. Wouldn't you, Mr. Helm?



Matt Helm:
No, it'd be all wrong. I'd be dead by now.

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Tsar Nicholas II:
Gentlemen, Germany has declared war on Russia. God save Russia!



Nikolasha:
God save the Tsar.

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Basil Fawlty:
This is typical. Absolutely typical... of the kind of...


[shouting]



Basil Fawlty:
ARSE I have to put up with from you people. You ponce in here expecting to be waited on hand and foot, while I'm trying to run a hotel here. Have you any idea of how much there is to do? Do you ever think of that? Of course not, you're all too busy sticking your noses into every corner, poking around for things to complain about, aren't you? Well let me tell you something - this is exactly how Nazi Germany started. A lot of layabouts with nothing better to do than to cause trouble. Well I've had fifteen years of pandering to the likes of you, and I've had enough. I've had it. Come on, pack your bags and get out.

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Uncle Albert:
During the 1939-1945 conflict with Germany - I was sailing on a frigate, HMS Sphinx, in the Adriatic. Now in those days a ship's crew was full of stress and fear.



Del Boy:
Especially when they saw you walking up the gangplank!



Uncle Albert:
So our old skipper, Captain Kenworthy, used to allay all those fears by creating a counter-worry. Like one day he announced there was a cholera epidemic on the ship.



Del Boy:
I bet that cheered you all up, didn't it?



Uncle Albert:
It took their minds off the U-boats and sharks.



Del Boy:
Well, thanks for that, Unc. It's lucky your Captain Kenworthy never became a Samaritan. You wouldn't be able to get a tug under Chelsea Bridge for falling bodies!

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John Reed:
All right, Miss Bryant, do you want an interview? Write this down. Are you na√Įve enough to think containing German militarism has anything to do with this war? Don't you understand that England and France own the world economy and Germany just wants a piece of it? Keep writing, Miss Bryant. Miss Bryant, can't you grasp that J. P. Morgan has loaned England and France a billion dollars? And if Germany wins, he won't get it back! More coffee? America'd be entering the war to protect J. P. Morgan's money. If he loses, we'll have a depression. So the real question is, why do we have an economy where the poor have to pay so the rich won't lose money?

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[the East German national anthem]



All:
Hail, hail East Germany / Land of fruit and grape / Land where you'll regret / If you try to escape / No matter if you tunnel under or take a running jump at the wall / Forget it, the guards will kill you, if the electrified fence doesn't first.

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General Streck, German High Command:
...And once again, Germany will be united under one rule - OURS. After Sunday, there will be no one to stop us.

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[In Germany Clark is looking for their relatives house]



Clark Griswold:
What are we looking for?



Audrey Griswold:
Sex dad.



Clark Griswold:
That'll do Audrey.



Rusty Griswold:
Dad that's German for six.

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Driver:
Are there still borders? More than ever! Every street has its borderline. Between each plot, there's a strip of no-man's-land disguised as a hedge or a ditch. Whoever dares, will fall into booby traps or be hit by laser rays. The trout are really torpedoes. Every home owner, or even every tenant nails his name plate on the door, like a coat of arms and studies the morning paper as if he were a world leader. Germany has crumbled into as many small states as there are individuals. And these small states are mobile. Everyone carries his own state with him, and demands a toll when another wants to enter. A fly caught in amber, or a leather bottle. So much for the border. But one can only enter each state with a password. The German soul of today can only be conquered and governed by one who arrives at each small state with the password. Fortunately, no one is currently in a position to do this. So... everyone migrates, and waves his one-man-state flag in all earthly directions. Their children already shake their rattles and drag their filth around them in circles.

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Rick Jarmin:
You come to Detroit and you rent a Beamer? That's like going to Germany and eating Jimmy Dean sausages!

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[the Beatles are being deported from Germany after it is discovered that George is underage. The police are escorting them to the train]



John Lennon:
[to one of the police officers] You wouldn't pull me leg. It really is the showers you're taking us to, isn't it, Mr. Goebels?

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[Addressing his workers at the end of the war]



Oskar Schindler:
The unconditional surrender of Germany has just been announced. At midnight tonight, the war is over. Tomorrow you'll begin the process of looking for survivors of your families. In most cases... you won't find them. After six long years of murder, victims are being mourned throughout the world. We've survived. Many of you have come up to me and thanked me. Thank yourselves. Thank your fearless Stern, and others among you who worried about you and faced death at every moment. I am a member of the Nazi Party. I'm a munitions manufacturer. I'm a profiteer of slave labor. I am... a criminal. At midnight, you'll be free and I'll be hunted. I shall remain with you until five minutes after midnight, after which time - and I hope you'll forgive me - I have to flee.


[He addresses the factory's SS guards]



Oskar Schindler:
I know you have received orders from our commandant, which he has received from his superiors, to dispose of the population of this camp. Now would be the time to do it. Here they are; they're all here. This is your opportunity. Or, you could leave, and return to your families as men instead of murderers.


[the guards gradually exit; he addresses the workers again]



Oskar Schindler:
In memory of the countless victims among your people, I ask us to observe three minutes of silence.

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Fritz Reiser:
They say in Germany when you die as a soldier you are honored. That's something, isn't it? Siberia? Not for me. I'm cold enough.

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Vaughan:
[speaking into microphone] I myself shall play the role of Dean's racing mechanic Rolf Voudrich, sent over from the Porsche factory in Zuffenhausen, Germany. Now, this mechanic was himself fated to die in a car crash in Germany 26 years later.

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Guy Patterson:
I'm Guy Patterson, I'm from Erie, Pennsylvania, I'm in a band called The Wonders and we just cut a record, we're out here on the coast and I play the drums and I have all your records well not all of them but a lot of them but ah at least I did until some of them got swiped when I was stationed in Germany and you were playing in Germany at the time that I was stationed there, but you know what I couldn't see you because you were playing in Hamburg and I was stationed in Munich but I listen to your records and I think you're great.


[takes a breath]



Guy Patterson:
You are my biggest fan.



Dell Paxton:
Thanks.

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[Addressing the RKO shareholders]



Orson Welles:
Good afternoon. Today a man from Germany invaded Greece. He's already swallowed Poland, Denmark, Norway, and Belgium. He's bombing London as I speak. Everywhere this man goes he crushes the life and the freedom of his subjects. He sews yellow stars on their lapels, he takes their voices. In this country, we still have our voices. We can argue with them, and we can sing, and we can be heard because we are, for the moment, free. No one can tell us what to say or how to say it, can they? Gentlemen, I am one voice; that is all. My picture is one voice, one view, one opinion, nothing more. Men are dying in Europe now, and Americans soon will be so that we can surmount the tyrants and the dictators. Will you send a message across America that one man can take away our voices? So, who is Mr. Hearst, and who is Mr. Welles? Well, Mr. Hearst built a palace of brick and mortar, and little wars and corpses piled high. Mr. Welles built a palace of illusion. It's a, what we call a matte painting, it's a camera trick, it's nothing. Nothing but a dream. Today you have the chance to let the dream triumph. Thank you.

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[Brian and Stewie are on a German tour bus]



German Tour Guide:
You vill find more on Germany's contributions to ze arts in ze pamphlets ve have provided.



Brian Griffin:
Yeah, about your pamphlet... uh, I'm not seeing anything about German history between 1939 and 1945. There's just a big gap.



Tour guide:
Everyone vas on vacation. On your left is Munich's first city hall, erected in 15...



Brian Griffin:
Wait, what are you talking about? Germany invaded Poland in 1939 and...



Tour Guide:
We were invited. Punch vas served. Check vit Poland.



Brian Griffin:
You can't just ignore those years. Thomas Mann fled to America because of Nazism's stranglehold on Germany.



Tour guide:
Nope, nope. He left to manage a Dairy Queen.



Brian Griffin:
A Dairy Queen? That's preposterous.



Tour guide:
I vill hear no more insinuations about the German people. Nothing bad happened. Sie werden sich hinsetzen. Sie werden ruhig sein. Sie werden nicht beleidigen Deutschland. (You will sit down. You will shut up. You will not insult Germany.)


[throws his hand up in a Hitler salute]



Brian Griffin:
...uh, is that a beer hall?



Tour guide:
Oh yes, Munich is renowned for its historic beer halls.

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Frank Perconte:
Hey O'Brien, relax, would ya? I'm trying to read.



Pvt. Patrick O'Keefe:
It's O'Keefe.



Frank Perconte:
Is that right?



Pvt. Patrick O'Keefe:
Yeah, Patrick O'Keefe. My friends call me Patty.


[starts humming]



Frank Perconte:
Hey O'Brien, shut up!



Pvt. Patrick O'Keefe:
I told you, it's O'Keefe.



Frank Perconte:
Do you know why no one remembers your name? It's 'cause no one wants to remember your name! There are too many Smiths, DiMatos, and O'Keefes and O'Briens who show up here, replacing Toccoa men that you dumb replacements got killed in the first place! And they're all like you. They're all piss and vinegar. "Where are the Krauts at? Let me at 'em! When do I get to jump into Berlin?" Two days later, there they are with their blood and guts hanging out. Screaming for a medic, begging for their goddamn mothers! You dumb kids don't even know you're dead yet. Hey, you listening to me? Don't you know this is the best part of fuckin' war I've seen? I've got hot chow, hot showers, a warm bed. The way I see it, Germany is almost as good as being home. I even got to wipe my ass with real toilet paper today! So quit asking when you're gonna see some action, will ya? And stop with the fuckin' love songs!


[pause]



Frank Perconte:
When'd you ship out? Two weeks ago?



Pvt. Patrick O'Keefe:
[quiet] Yeah.



Frank Perconte:
Its been two years since I've seen home. Two years.

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Frank Perconte:
Hey this guy says he's not a Nazi. All of Germany and I haven't met one Nazi yet.

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Richard Winters:
How'd it go? The drop?



Cpt. Nixon:
We took a direct hit over the drop zone. I got out, two others got out.



Richard Winters:
And the rest of the boys?



Cpt. Nixon:
Oh, they blew up in Germany somewhere... Boom.

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Albert Speer:
Nazi Germany was built on empty platitudes.

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Elizabeth:
What do you know about the war? The 1939-45 one?



Joanna:
We beat Germany one nil?

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Mario:
Why would she want to stay with her family in sunny Italy when she can return to cold and grey Germany to live there with a nut case like you?

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Raffi:
Were you serious about what you told him?



Ali, actor playing Jevdet Bey:
What?



Raffi:
That you don't think it happened?



Ali, actor playing Jevdet Bey:
What, the genocide?



Raffi:
Yeah.



Ali, actor playing Jevdet Bey:
Are yuo gnna shoot me or something? Look, I never heard about any of this stuff when I was growing up. You know? I did some research for the part. From what I read there were deportations and lots of people died. Armenians and Turks. It was World War 1.



Raffi:
But Turkey wasn't at war with the Armenians. I mean, just like Germany wasn't at war with the Jews. They were citizens. They were expecting to be protected. That scene you just shot was based on an eyewitness account. Your character Jevdet Bey, the only reason they put him in Van was to carry out the complete extermination of the Armenian population in Van. There were telegrams, there were communicators...



Ali, actor playing Jevdet Bey:
Look I'm not saying that something didn't happen.



Raffi:
Something...



Ali, actor playing Jevdet Bey:
Look, I was born here. So were you right?



Raffi:
Yeah.



Ali, actor playing Jevdet Bey:
This is a new country. So let's just drop the f^cking history and get on with it. Noone's gonna wreck your home. Noone's gonna destroy you family. Hmm? So let's go inside and uncork this thing and celebrate. Hmm?



Raffi:
Do you know what Adolf Hitler told his military commanders to convince them that his plan would work? "Who remembers the extermination of the Armenians?"



Ali, actor playing Jevdet Bey:
And nobody did. Nobody does.

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A.B. Stiles:
You know, my daddy told me "When you go to war, always carry an American gun. That way, if you're captured, you tell them 'When my grandfather went to Germany to fight the Nazis, he carried this pistol, and it never jammed on him once.' And then you tell them 'When my father went to Vietnam to fight the Cong, he carried this pistol, and it never jammed on him once.' And while you're telling them this


[pulls a Glock from an ankle holster]



A.B. Stiles:
you shoot them with an Austrian gun and come home alive.

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Eric Idle:
So we went to Germany on a writing recce, who's heard of a writing recce? They picked us up at the airport and drove us straight to Dachau. All the way there, they kept denying they knew what it was. 'What camp? There is no camp here'. And we got there and it was closing and Graham said 'tell them we're jewish'. And they let us in.

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female architect (at garden party):
Don't you want to dance?



neighbor teenager:
What are you celebrating?



female architect (at garden party):
An architectual revolution in East Germany



female teenager:
The Great Demolition Race.



teenager:
GDR.


[laughs]

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Jerry Falk:
Dobel, you're a madman.



David Dobel:
Yeah, that's what they said in Germany. You know there were actually groups in Germany called "Jews for Hitler"? They were deluded, they thought he'd be good for the country. They trusted a naked bus driver, never trust a naked bus driver.

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James:
Maybe if someone had given a Jew a lollipop with "Dare to dream" on it *before* they had gone to Auschwitz they would have *dared to dream* to get out of Germany and not just given up and gone to Auschwitz and gotten killed.

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