1. "he was a slave labourer under the Nazis,"
- Clive James, Cultural Amnesia: Necessary Memories from History and the Arts
7. "The callous palms of the labourer are conversant with finer tissues of self-respect and heroism, whose touch thrills the heart, than the languid fingers of idleness."
- Quote by Henry David Thoreau
8. "Himmler announced today that a Polish farm labourer had been hanged for sleeping with a German woman. No race pollution is to be permitted. Another"
- William L. Shirer, Berlin Diary: The Journal of a Foreign Correspondent 1934-41
9. "A young farm labourer passed me. I suddenly understood what Traherne meant when he said that men looked to him like angels. Again, it was a matter of seeing through to the inward vitality, the essence—what Boehme called the ‘signature’. I smiled at the farm labourer, and he smiled back and said: ‘Mornin’ sir.’ I felt suddenly very happy."
- Colin Wilson, The Philosopher's Stone