Stephan Lux: [interrupting a session of the Assembly of the League of Nations, Geneve, 1936] My name is Stephan Lux. I am Jewish. The Jews are being persecuted in Germany and the world doesn't care.
[He draws a pistol]
Stephan Lux: I see no other way to reach people's hearts.
[He shoots himself]
[Gerstein sees truckloads of corpses being dumped into a ditch in the forest he is driven by]
Driver: The crematoriums are overworked.
Karl: In these heroic times, have you acquired some title or some kind of rank?
Kurt Gerstein: Lieutenant of the Waffen-SS.
Karl: Go to the SS Transportation Department. Thanks for your visit.
Baron Von Otter: I can obtain passports for you and your family.
Kurt Gerstein: No. No. I refuse to leave my country. I must testify about all this.
[Riccardo has translated the Pope's Christmas-address, the radio-broadcast of which they - secretly - listened to]
Kurt Gerstein: That's all?
Riccardo Fontana: That's all.
Kurt Gerstein: He... he... he, he never... *even pronounced* the word "Jew" or "concentration camp!"
Ambassador Taylor: Washington is amazed the Pope's Christmas address was so bland. The lack on any condemnation of the Nazi atrocities threatens the moral leadership of the Holy Father and faith in the church itself.
Count Fontana: You cannot condemn Hitler without condemning Stalin, who's your ally.