„I think that I have now said enough about the war, which is past now for over twenty-five years. I bow in reverence before the memory of the men who lost their lives in this war on both sides, and I think that we all hope that we never shall have such a war again.“

—  Karl Dönitz, The World at War: the Landmark Oral History from the Classic TV Series (2007) by Richard Holmes, Page 634.
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