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Siegel's emotional letter to Mordell concerning Lang's book "Diophantine geometry" compares Bourbaki style mathematicians (Siegel does not say "Bourbaki") with pig in a garden and even with national socialists:

"Thank you for the copy of your review of Lang's book. When I first saw this book, about a year ago, I was disgusted with the way in which my own contributions to the subject had been disfigured and made unintelligible. My feeling is very well expressed when you mention Rip van Winkle!

The whole style of the author contradicts the sense for simplicity and honesty which we admire in the works of the masters in number theory — Lagrange, Gauss, or on a smaller scale, Hardy, Landau. Just now Lang has published another book on algebraic numbers which, in my opinion, is still worse than the former one. I see a pig broken into a beautiful garden and rooting up all flowers and trees.

Unfortunately there are many "fellow-travelers" who have already disgraced a large part of algebra and function theory; however, until now, number theory had not been touched. These people remind me of the impudent behaviour of the national socialists who sang: "Wir werden weiter marschieren, bis alles in Scherben zerfällt!"$^\ast$

I am afraid that mathematics will perish before the end of this century if the present trend for senseless abstraction — as I call it: theory of the empty set — cannot be blocked up. Let us hope that your review may be helpful..."

The comments of Serge Lang were published in AMS Notices (42:3, 1995), see here from p.339

$^\ast)$ "We will continue to march, until everything shatters", from this popular Nazi song.

"I was rather put off by the very dry style [of Bourbaki], without any concession to the reader, the apparent striving for the utmost generality, the inflexible system of internal references and the total absence of outside ones. For many, this style of exposition represented an alarming tendency in mathematics, towards generality for its own sake, away from specific problems. Among those critics was$\endgroup$ – Carlo Beenakker Aug 10 at 20:49H. Weyl,whose opinion I knew indirectly through his old friend and former colleague M. Plancherel."