Hitler - The Making of the Dictator Summary & Analysis

Ian Kershaw
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The Making of the Dictator Summary and Analysis

In part one, Hitler was initially somewhat reserved in cabinet meetings and willing to listen to information, advice and suggestions. He soon held a radio broadcast and was not his usual dynamic self, sweating and lacking completely in the animation and emotion that usually swayed audiences. He said that he hoped there would never again be a need for an army but almost in the next breath pledged the "training of youth and strengthening of the will to fight" as top priorities. Reactions are mixed, especially among military leaders. In part two, Hitler knew nothing of economic theory but the economy was beginning a slow climb on its own. Hitler's interest in cars made the automotive industry leaders believe he had an interest in the industry and that industry was soon on the...

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