Hitler Themes

Ian Kershaw
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Hitler's Quest for Power

Hitler's quest for power was present from the time of his youth but he had little in the way of goals to make it happen. As an adult, he desired that power but it took a long time for him to create any real plan toward reaching that role. Hitler believed himself special from childhood and some believed that he was devastated to learn that he was not set apart as an adult. Hitler wanted recognition as an artist or architect, but lacked the drive to get the education necessary for either. He was eventually picked out as a potential speaker and it was that step that pointed him on the road to government leader. Even after Hitler had started on that path, he lacked specific plans to reach his goals. It was only after he saw the public face of Mussolini and spent some...

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