Adolf Hitler: 'Behind The Nazi Mind'
Hyland writes, “Hitler possessed a dysfunctional “anal” character which gave rise to intense narcissism, destructiveness, and a profound inability to relate to others.” Jung continues further to conclude that these illnesses were most likely due to a lack of psychological development in the infant or young age. Among the diagnosis of schizophrenia, Hitler was also known to have the Parkinson’s case, or a “degenerative disease of the central nervous system”. (An Overview of Adolf Hitler’s Mental Disease). The usual symptoms first target movement, usually forcing the victim to shake, become rigid, and walk increasingly slow. This disease can also lead to depression and other behavioral developments. (An Overview of Adolf Hitler’s Mental Disease). Based on this information, it is possible for the anti-Semitism mindset and ideals originated from his mental illnesses, some being developed from physical