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"Table Talk" Study Hour - Episode 14

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Carolyn Yeager Uncensored

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Carolyn Yeager and Ray Goodwin read and comment on the Nov. 11th-19th, 1941 dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by trusted aide, attorney Heinrich Heim. Topics included in this episode:

  • Monarchy is an out-of-date form - example: the Thuringian Royal House;
  • Keeping the friendship of the Church is too costly, but we're glad to have its cultural monuments - the great Cathedrals;
  • Frederick the Great's reaction against the Church in defense of the State was definitive;
  • The Germanic Spirit will penetrate the East and bring to the natives all they need;
  • The success of the Four Year Plan is explained by setting everybody to work within a closed circle economy, not by rearmament;
  • Too many officials, too much paperwork - Hitler wants more local autonomy;
  •  Legal profession is too lenient; there are no "extenuating circumstances" for treason.

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