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Widerstand is the name given to the resistance movements in Nazi Germany.

From 1938 to 1945, there was 17 assassination attempts against Adolf Hitler by the German Resistance.

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"We must not make the mistake of thinking that all those who eat the bread of dictatorship are evil from the first; but they must necessarily become evil....The curse of a system of terror is that there is no turning back; neither in the large realm of policies nor the 'smaller' realm of everyday human relationships is it possible for men to retrace their steps." - Hans Bernd Gisevius

"A soldier's obedience finds its limits where his knowledge, his conscience and his responsibility forbid to obey orders." - Colonel general Ludwig Beck, Chief of general's staff of the Nazi German army (1932-1938).

"We took this challenge before our lord and our conscience, and it must be done, because this man, Hitler, he is the ultimate evil." - Colonel Claus Schenk count von Stauffenberg

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