Quotation by Emeric Pressburger

Our Germany's dead. However hard this may be for some of us older people, it's a blessing for our children. Our children grew up against new backgrounds, new horizons. And they are free. Free to grow up as children. Free to run and to laugh without being forced into uniforms. Without being forced to march up and down streets, singing battle songs.
Emeric Pressburger (1902–1988), Hungarian screenwriter, and Rodney Ackland (b. 1908), British. Peter (Anton Walbrook), The 49th Parallel, Hutterite leader explaining why he's glad his group left Germany for Canada (1941).
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