It is dangerous to ignore the truth, but it is even more dangerous to forget about it. This was also known to Adolf Hitler who mentioned the Armenian Genocide in his second speech to the Wehrmacht officers a week before the invasion of Poland in 1939.
He appealed to the Totenkopf division with a call to “kill without pity and mercy all men, women, and children of Polish nationality.”
“Only in this way can we gain the necessary living space. Who remembers the extermination of Armenians today?”
Today, the speech of Adolf Hitler in Obersalzberg dated August 22, 1939, where the famous phrase was uttered was made public. The document is stored in the National Archive in Washington, US.