Adolf Hitler Essay | Hitler in Power

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Hitler in Power

Summary: Hitlers rise to power
Hitler is one of the greatest known dictators in our world's history. He is said to be "the Rousseau, the Mirabeau, the Robespierre and the Napoleon of his revolution; he was its Marx, its Lenin, its Trotsky and its Stalin." He was in fact a mad man, but at the same time a genius. Not only did he convince people to go to war just 20 years after World War 1, he also influenced an entire society to commit genocide on their own people. Hitler's actions may be found very interesting for people who are familiar with his childhood and education. Throughout this time period, he was made to feel inferior by his father and uneducated by his teachers and institutions. Although very little faith and pride was instilled in him as a young child or mature adult, he proved to be a man of genius and manipulation; A...

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