Strategy - Hitler's Decline Summary & Analysis

Basil Liddell Hart
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Hitler's Decline Summary and Analysis

The power of the psychological attack has been well noted throughout this book. It continued to be entirely relevant at this stage in time that the author presents. An element of the influence of education may have had a hand in the events along this stage. There is often an attitude against students excelling over their masters, or events that can lead to undermining behaviors, especially if such a psychology succeeds against the students. Then the damage could be found in their tendency to hold back or to be unprepared, for they should be positioned where the solution is to make bold new steps that their predecessors and even exemplars were not able to achieve. Hitler faced this, in actual fact, when he had "made it as far as the famous Napoleon", but needed to in fact outpace his...

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