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Part of the Nazi philosophy was that there was a strong bond between humans and nature. They believed a good Nazi should be an animal friend. Indeed, when they started interning Jews, the newspapers were flooded with outraged letters from Germans wondering what had happened to the pets they left behind. — Jan Bondeson, Cardiff University historian (May 2011)
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