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Essay | Adolf Hitler and Machiavelli's "The Prince"

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Adolf Hitler and Machiavelli's "The Prince"

Summary: Compares Adolf Hitler to Machiavelli's "The Prince". Keywords: Nazi, Germany, philosophy
Adolf Hitler, the self-proclaimed "savior" of the German people. He was an insecure, egotistical man, who ominously controlled the German people. Hitler thought that he could change things with force, which soon got him into trouble, and landed him in jail. During his time in jail, Hitler had turned over direction of the Nazi party to Alfred Rosenberg. Rosenberg edited the party's newspaper, the Völkischer Beobacter (Popular Observer), but had no administrative ability. As a result, Hitler easily resumed complete control of the party upon his release in December 1924.In the years from 1925 to 1930; Hitler built up a network of local party organizations over most of Germany, and reorganized the SA. At the same time he organized the SS, to protect him, supervise and control the party, and perform police tasks. Hitler's mass of followers began to grow, and soon those who didn't...

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