The Search for Security
The German occupation of Bohemia and Moravia spread alarm and confusion throughout Europe. Julius Streicher was already declaring at Nuremberg that the act ‘was only a beginning’ and that ‘greater achievements would follow’. ‘We have so many open doors in front of us’, observed one of Goebbels’s lieutenants to Coulondre on 18 March, ‘so many possibilities, that we don’t know which way to turn.’2
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