Adolf Hitler: A Place In History

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Adolf Hitler will indefinitely possess a place in history as one of the most atrocious figures to ever walk the earth. His deeds of malevolence, such as the torment of the Jews during the Holocaust and the campaign to conquer Europe is endlessly drilled into student’s heads all around the world. From the eastern to the western world Adolf Hitler is remembered as one of the most historically evil people to ever set foot on planet earth. Consequently, no one seems to grasp the notion that history itself was written by the victors. Resulting in an agenda to not only vilify, but guarantee that what Adolf Hitler actually accomplished will never be repeated again. As a result, no one will dare to mention that during World War 2 Adolf Hitler sought …show more content…
In fact, he only sought to enlighten them on the atrocities of the Jewish elite sovereign class. Hence, he tried to prevent the destruction of his fellow Europeans on several occasions. Repeatedly warning his fellow brethren about the Jewish snare they had fallen into and who was ultimately responsible for the warmongering. For instance, he dropped four-page pamphlets from aircraft over London on July, 19th 1940 titled A Last Appeal to Reason. An excerpt from these leaflets states "In this hour I feel it to be my duty before my own conscience to appeal once more to reason and common sense in Great Britain as much as elsewhere. I consider myself in a position to make this appeal, since I am not the vanquished, begging favors, but the victor speaking in the name of reason. I can see no reason why this war must go on. I am grieved to think of the sacrifices it will claim. I should like to avert them . . .” (Hitler). This was an attempt by Hitler to prevent Germany and Britain from going to war. In all honesty, Adolf Hitler initially wanted to form an alliance alongside Britain and on many occasions furnished opportunities to opposing European forces, whereas he could have slaughtered them. As a result of dealing with immense spiritual turmoil while fighting amongst his European brothers and sisters, Hitler pondered every option he possessed to refrain from war. …show more content…
He was nothing more than a Narcissist, with an inferiority complex. Hence his quest for power, which could be diagnosed as OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder). Conferring to an article published by Stephen A. Diamond of Phycology Today Adolf Hitler was going through a mental condition known as masculine protest which consists of “. . .compensatory striving for superiority (to counteract feelings of inferiority), aggression, ambition, avarice and envy, coupled with constant "defiance, vengeance, and resentment" (Diamond). In other words, Adolf Hilter questioned his own masculinity and though politics, sought to prove to himself that he was a powerful man in control of his own destiny. While this diagnosis may carry some truth to it, to dismiss the accomplishments of Adolf Hilter as chancellor of Germany is a bit facetious. The German economy was in shambles due to soaring inflation rates and the dreadful terms of the WW1 Treaty of Versailles. Under Adolf Hitler’s leadership Germany flourished, unemployment was reduced to virtually zero, and the job market became competitive again with generous wages. Economist John Kenneth Galbraith spoke of Hitler’s economic plan as “large scale borrowing for public expenditures, and at first this was principally for civilian work, railroads, canals and the Autobahn [highway network]. The result was a far more effective attack on unemployment than in any other

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