- How Hitler Compares to Stalin
Initially the post of General Secretary was not so powerful in the party; however, following the death Vladimir Lenin who had led the communist party from 1917, Stalin strengthened the opposition by eliminating opposition within […]
- Germany under Hitler
The multi-polar international system continued to support the actions of leaders such as Hitler, even after the First World War Western powers allowed Germany to ream itself due to the fears posed by the international […]
- Is Barrack Obama like Hitler?
According to his book, Obama on the other hand recognizes and desires to change the problems in the American functional government and state of politics. This has generated a lot of criticism and the continued […]
- Hitler’s Schutzstaffel
In order to execute the roles of this group, any chosen member had to be of Germany origin and show loyalty to the party.
- Hitler’s table talk
The involvement of priests in the affairs of the state provided important insights on some of the reasons that made Hitler to be ruthless in his table talk against Christians. As manifested in his table […]
- Saddam Hussein and Adolph Hitler
As a man of a worldwide mind, he was determined to get his way at all mean to be an upstaired position.”He proved this in 1958 when he launched his political career by assassinating a […]
- Adolf Hitler and Nationalism
The war would also bring the downfall of the old European culture of kings and noblemen and their codes of honor”. However, neither the number of casualties at the battlefields could reflect the actual devastation […]
- German Resistance to Hitler
The aim of the pact was to protect each other against any military attack and at the same time attack other countries such as Greece by the Italians, Libya by the Germans, Indo-china by the […]
- Adolf Hitler Psychotic State
Brief history and family background of Adolf Hitler Adolf Hitler was certainly a disharmonious and destructive personality and, in order to define the main underpinnings and causes of his psychological disorders, family background and history […]
- The burden of Hitler’s legacy
In his opinion, the Jews were to be blamed for Germany’s downfall in World War 1 and the subsequent peace treaty that was a source of embarrassment to the nation.
- Adolf Hitler Biography
He was born to Alois Hitler, his father and Klara Hitler, his mother who was a third wife to Alois Hitler.
- History of Hitler’s Nazi Propaganda
According to Hitler, the German’s defeat in the First World War, the Bolshevik Revolution, German’s post war inflation, and the economic crisis of the year 1929 were accredited to International Jewry. Over time, the masses […]
- The Rise of Hitler to Power
It was this paramilitary formed by Hitler that would cause unrest later to tarnish the name of the communists leading to distrust of communism by the Germans and on the other hand rise of popularity […]
- Hitler’s Rise to Power
Henrich von Treitschke, a German logician argues that another reason that led to the rise of Hitler was the shame subjected to the background of Hitler as he described the conformity of the masses as […]
- The Leadership Styles of Grant and Hitler
Second, Grant was a strategist who wanted the best out of himself and his soldiers while Hitler did not mind much about the well being of his soldiers and most of his strategies involved murder. […]
- Adolf Hitler art
He gives a reason that the present Germany is a result of the efforts of himself and partners in the nation’s struggle which offered art in Germany fresh incentives as well as environment for a […]
- “The Blitzkrieg Myth: How Hitler and the Allies Misread The Strategic Realities of World War II” by John Mosier
In order to present a clear picture of German participation in the war and the reasons, which provoked these people to fight and kill, it is necessary to concentrate on various sources and perspectives and […]
- To What Extent did Hitler Rule Germany with Popular Consent?
Hitler’s absolute hold on power was achieved in 1934 when he consolidated the office of the president and that of the chancellor in the person of “the Fuhrer and Reich Chancellor Adolf Hitler”.
- WW II and Hitler’s Army
After the massive defeat and deaths of the German army in the war that took place in the eastern side, it was evident that the traditional groups of the army were no longer working as […]
- Adolf Hitler: From Patriotism to Racism
He was also forced to live and work in the city and it is was the cultural and social shock that he experienced as he transferred from the rural to the urban that changed the […]
- WWII History: How Hitler Died
From the onset of the war, Hitler proved to be a trustworthy leader. In the US, tests done on a part of the skull purported to be Hitler’s have given unconvincing results.
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