One day a wheelbarrow ran over William, and he couldn’t work. So his friend, the magician, hid William in the rafters. The magician would have been killed in the first transport, but the Nazis needed a magician.
- Yehuda Abraham, Summarization of William "Bill" Lowenberg's Interview at Urban School Oral History class
The motives of a researcher are irrelevant; only the results count. Likewise, any attempt to refute a revisionist book by attacking the – real or alleged – political beliefs of its author is untenable and impermissible from a scientific point of view. Even if all revisionists were staunch admirers of Adolf Hitler, this would not necessarily mean that their conclusions are wrong, just as the fact that most Holocaust historians are Jews does not prove that their theses are unfounded.
- Jürgen Graf, MATTOGNO, KUES, GRAF · THE “EXTERMINATION CAMPS” OF “AKTION REINHARDT” p. 1475
Is Muehlenkamp perhaps a masochist? Does he relish the role of the circus clown who is pelted with eggs to the roaring laughter of the audience? Now he has egg all over his face. I do not feel a bit sorry for him because he asked for it.
- Jürgen Graf, MATTOGNO, KUES, GRAF · THE “EXTERMINATION CAMPS” OF “AKTION REINHARDT”
‘She really is the cleverest dog I know. I sometimes play ball with her over there in my study,’ Hitler told us.’ Now and then she knocks her toy under the cupboard, and then I have to go to the hearth for the poker and fish the ball out with it. The other day she was with me while I was sitting at my desk. She was very restless, walking up and down. Finally she stopped by the hearth and whined until I got up. Then she went to the cupboard and back to the hearth until I picked up the poker and fetched her ball out from under the cupboard. I’d forgotten about this game, but she remembered just how I had helped her. But I’m afraid she might break her leg on the smooth parquet floor, so I’ve stopped playing with her in there.’