Hitler - Discovering a Talent Summary & Analysis

Ian Kershaw
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Discovering a Talent Summary and Analysis

In part one, the German people were in upheaval as the workers took over the government fell. The Bavarian revolution created the perfect situation for Nazi propaganda. In part two, Hitler returned to Munich in 1918 and received a new military assignment. Hitler tried to remain in the military as long as possible, realizing that making a living in the turmoil of civilian life would be much more difficult. In part two, he was eventually assigned to the socialist government to provide troops with "educational material" which was really propaganda. It's likely that he didn't believe in the socialist government but was merely avoiding demobilization.

In part three, Hitler came to the attention of a commander, Captain Karl Mayr, through a series of events. Hitler was assigned to Mayr's department which was charged with choosing "propaganda agents." Hitler...

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