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Gandhi on Mussolini in Andrew Roberts' review of a new biography of Gandhi:

Gandhi and Mussolini got on well when they met in December 1931, with the Great Soul praising the Duce's "service to the poor, his opposition to super-urbanization, his efforts to bring about a coordination between Capital and Labour, his passionate love for his people."

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Gandhi lost me on this quote about the Jews, Hitler and WW2. Gandhi wrote a couple of letters to Hitler also, which has created great discussions about Gandhi's purpose.

"The Jews should have offered themselves to the butcher's knife. They should have thrown themselves into the sea from cliffs."

No matter how you slice it - this quote is not from someone who wanted peace.

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