From the third stanza of the Hymn of Hate (1914), by Ernst Lissauer:

You we shall hate with enduring hate; 
We shall not forbear from our hate; 
Hate on water and hate on land, 
Hate of the head and hate of the hand, 
Hate of the hammer and hate of the crown, 
Hate of seventy millions pressing down. 
We love as one; we hate as one; 
We have one foe, and one alone - ENGLAND !

(The hymn was distributed in the German army, taught to German school children, set to music and sung in concerts. Lissauer was decorated for it by the Kaiser. He died in 1937. Hitler eradicated the Jewish poet from German memory, but continued to use his work for propaganda.)