Hitler - Working Towards the Fuhrer Summary & Analysis

Ian Kershaw
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Working Towards the Fuhrer Summary and Analysis

In part one, followers noted that Hitler became even more distance after Hindenburg's death, often refusing to see anyone unless he had summoned them to him. Corruption abounded. Already largely unavailable, Hitler would completely ignore any official who fell out of his favor. He watched films regularly and demanded something new be available each evening. By the middle of the 1930s, Hitler was also ignoring the Party. He made two annual speeches but otherwise invoked the Party only when it would gain something for him. This wasn't a new idea and he had always referred to the Party as a means to an end.

In part two, there were problems with Poland. Issues at home again came to the forefront and Hitler, giving officials only a one-day notice, called a meeting in which he went...

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