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"...in this war morality, national solidarity,
patriotism and the ideals of freedom, justice and human dignity
had all slid off man like a rotten rag. We said that there is no
crime that a man will not commit in order to save himself. And,
having saved himself, he will commit crimes for increasingly trivial
reasons; he will commit them first out of duty, then from habit,
and finally--for pleasure."