Herman Goering was interviewed shortly before the Nuremberg trials.
Goering was asked what he believed the outcome of the trial would be. He immediately told the interviewer that he was sure he would be found guilty and executed a short while later. The interviewer, shocked that such a seemingly confident man would be so sure of his demise asked him why he believed ...
So an African migrant is strolling down a sidewalk in Nuremberg.
He comes up to the first man he sees and says "Thank you, for allowing me to come to Germany. Thank you for giving me health care, and a place to live, and food to eat."
The man looks at him and says "I'm not German, I'm Albanian."
The African says "Oh, excuse me" and continues walkin...
We don't call them gas chambers.
We call them surprise mechanics.
- Nuremberg Trials 1945