„There is no understanding of the past without personal experience, without reliving it in imagination. A word is nothing unless it has values and an atmosphere, unless you grasp its historical significance.“

Confusion of Feelings or Confusion: The Private Papers of Privy Councillor R. Von D (1927)

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