Carl Peters (1941)
Dr. Carl Peters: You have to say your opinion honestly. If necessary you have to shout.
Frau Peters, mother: You are my Carlemann. Even if they scream and stomp, come home and don't be sad.
Dr. Carl Peters: I'm not sad, mother. Let the roisters scream and stomp as much as they want. They can't stomp upon my idea, my colonies. Mother, when the two of us are no more and those in there are no more even longer, there still will be a mountain in Africa. 6000m high. Mount Kilimanjaro. As an eternal monument for a German Africa.
Dr. Carl Peters: The Prince Bismarck and I, we speak one and the same language. We are both from the Elbe, we were both baptisted with Elbe water and with what you, Mr. council, are baptisted we should rather not talk about.