Adolf Hitler Essay | Hitler's Plans

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Hitler's Plans

Summary: A report from 1933 assessing Hitler's future plans for Europe.
Section 1

We have now looked at events in Germany and examined what the new leader, Hitler, may have in mind. The evidence available for this has been...

In his book, Mein Kampf (`My Struggle'), written in 1923/24, Hitler explicitly lays down his plans and demands for Germany now that he has come to power. He is determined to see the end of the Treaty of Versailles and the degradation it brings to his people. He also wants to recuperate the empire lost at the end of the War, as a matter of honor but also in order to provide more `Lebensraum' (living space): territory claimed by a nation on the grounds that it is necessary for survival or growth.

Section 2

Taken at face value, some of Hitler's statements are worrying. In eastern Europe he plans...

In Mein Kampf he said "We turn our eyes to the lands of the...

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