Adolf Hitler Essay | The Psychology of Adolf Hitler

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The Psychology of Adolf Hitler

Summary: There are many theories as to why Hitler was as demented, cruel, and violent as he was. The bottom line is that his developmental growth was affected by his childhood, but it was also affected by hereditary, his environment, and more than likely a chemical imbalance which prevented him from understanding right from wrong and consequences of his actions.
The Psychology of Hitler

It is no surprise to very few that Adolph Hitler is one of the most infamous humans ever to have been born. To this day, the mention of his name can conjure up emotions deep within us. He is responsible for the deaths of millions of people either directly or indirectly. The fascinating aspect of his life is what was the true motivation behind his prejudice, cruelty, and heartlessness. The next logical speculation for most would be his upbringing or that he was physiologically unstable, more logically it was a combination of the two. However, before that conclusion can be made the history of his environment as well as how heredity could have influenced him.

Hitler's father, Alois Schicklgruber, was the illegitimate son of Maria Anna Schicklgruber and an unknown mate. Maria worked in the home of a wealthy Jewish family...

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