Fritz Todt Quote

The German landscape is something unique that we cannot disturb and have no right to destroy. The more densely populated our 'living space' becomes with settlements, the greater our hunger will grow for unspoilt nature. The ever increasing spiritual damage caused by life within the big city will make this hunger practically uncontrollable... when we build here on this the landscape of our homeland we must be clear that we will protect its beauty; and in places where this beauty has already disappeared, we will reconstruct it.


Quoted in "Fritz Todt: Baumeister des Dritten Reiches" (München: F.A. Herbig, 1986), by Franz W. Seidler, p. 113.

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The German landscape is something unique that we cannot disturb and have no right to destroy. The more densely populated our 'living space' becomes...

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The German landscape is something unique that we cannot disturb and have no right to destroy. The more densely populated our 'living space' becomes...

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The German landscape is something unique that we cannot disturb and have no right to destroy. The more densely populated our 'living space' becomes...

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The German landscape is something unique that we cannot disturb and have no right to destroy. The more densely populated our 'living space' becomes...