Borderline Personality In Hitler

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Register to read the introduction… Though there was one woman, Stefanie, who he went crazy for. He had never met her, only admired her from afar. One day he saw her walking with young officers and he immediately went into a jealous rage and said the whole officer class was now his enemy. This is another great example of the borderline personality, as it was from those two officers who weren’t knowingly hurting Hitler that, he decided to put them into the “all-bad” category. After this happened, Hitler told Kubizek that he had a plan to kidnap her, but Kubizek was able to convince him that doing such a thing, was crazy. He then agreed but decided they would commit suicide together. “He would jump into the river from the Danube Bridge… But Stefanie had to die with him – he insisted on that.” This ended after she finally looked his way at a parade and even threw a flower right to him. Kubizek said that it was the happiest he ever saw Hitler, but they still never met. He had also insisted that even though they never met they shared this bond because they understood each other through intuition. They did not need to speak because they spoke of their plans all through their minds. He planned their entire lives together, dreaming about the family they would have, and even designing a house. This is not normal behavior even for a teenager who may be completely love-struck; he had gone crazy over a girl he had never met. This also is an …show more content…
His sister recalled how awkward he was with her as a child. “He was eleven and she perhaps five, Adolf was wildly terrified at the thought of a girl, even a little girl, might kiss him. That the feeling went beyond repugnance small boys allege for girls, especially their sisters.” She noted that he would jump out of bed to avoid her kisses. The few noted sexual encounters he had resulted in three of the women committing suicide and three that made serious attempts. He would make very strange demands including a demand to urinate on him. This is what appears to be a very disturbed individual, and seemed to disturb the women who were with him enough to want to take their lives. In Mein Kampf Hitler has a narration of a boy’s observation in a parents bedroom. Redlich believes this reflects on something Hitler had observed as a child of his parents being intimate and that it had a lasting effect on him. In his adult life he continued to view it as violent and ugly and therefore had awkward sexual experiences. His niece Angela was also a source of his sexual perversions. Kubizek recalls her being, “a jolly person who enjoyed life and loved to laugh.” After Angela came to live with Hitler in Munich she seemed to change entirely. She had complained to a girlfriend saying, “her uncle was a monster, you would never believe the things he makes me do.” She also mentioned an instance where he cracked a dog …show more content…
“As soon as I have power, I shall have gallows after gallows erected… Then the Jews will be hanged one after another, and they will stay hanging until they stink… Exactly the same procedure will be followed in other cities until Germany is cleaned of the last Jew!” The deep-seeded hatred behind these words is much more emotion then the common human will ever feel in their life. What causes a person to hate and want to kill a whole race of people so badly? Hitler did not have a legitimate cause to hate one Jew, let alone the entire population of

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