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  • History
    This is, of course, largely a matter of opinion. There is no way to objectively say which one of these events was most important. Let us look at the three events briefly to see why each could be...

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  • Psychology
    The question is really tough to answer. Their psychological profiles are so in-depth, like so many political leaders' backgrounds, that the motivating reasons behind why they did what they did...

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  • Khmer Rouge
    One of the precursors in both settings that enabled the social psychological behavior of Hitler and the Khmer Rouge to take hold was the complexity and intricacy to suffering in their respective...

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  • Hitler, Adolf
    While there has been much speculation over the years regarding Adolf Hitler's use of astrology in making major decisions, there is actually no strong evidence that he did consult astrologers,...

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  • Reference
    By the skillful and sustained use of propaganda, one can make a people see even heaven as hell or an extremely wretched life as paradise. -- Adolph Hitler This quote epitomizes Hitler's...

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  • History
    Adolf Hitler was the leader of Nazi Germany from 1933 until his death in 1945. He was responsible for getting Germany into World War II. He was also responsible for the killing of millions of...

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  • Hitler, Adolf
    On April 30, 1945, with Red Army troops closing in, Adolph Hitler committed suicide, together with his long-time lover and new wife Eva Braun. They chose to commit suicide together in the...

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  • Hitler, Adolf
    Adolf Hitler died by suicide on April 30, 1945. He was just past his 56th birthday. Hitler had, of course, realized for some time that the war was going badly. He planned to have Germany fight to...

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  • Hitler, Adolf
    While Hitler did have a great degree of control over Germany during these years, he did not have complete control. It is never possible for one person to have complete control over a country....

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  • History
    The Hitler Myth was the myth that was built up around Adolf Hitler so that he could be seen as the one leader and savior of the German people. It was meant to increase popular support for his...

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  • Hitler, Adolf
    I would like to think that Hitler would not have lasted long even if he won. I guess I am being optimistic, but I don't think the war would have ended until he was taken out, either by his own...

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  • Lord of the Flies
    One major similarity between Jack in Lord of the Flies and Adolf Hitler is how both use violence, fear, and intimidation as a means to gain and keep power. Jack's ability to kill and gut the sow...

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  • Hitler, Adolf
    Actually, Hitler was blinded temporarily during World War I. He had left Austria to avoid the draft there, but then volunteered in the German army. On the front he was employed as a runner to carry...

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  • Hitler, Adolf
    As a previous editor pointed out, Jews had been subject to widespread suspicion long before Hitler's time; not because they crucified Christ as response #1 implies, but because they insisted on...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    The policy of appeasement that future Allied leaders like Chamberlain followed were critical in the expansionism and aggression that defined the Nazi rise to power. I think that there is an...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    Hitler’s foreign policy was pegged on the Nazi Party policies which sought to bring to an end Germany’s restrictions under the Versailles treaty, promote Germany’s re-armament, expand...

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  • Hitler, Adolf
    The Nazi Party had two main promises. First, it promised that it would make Germany strong and powerful again. Second, it promised that it would punish the Jews for their role in weakening the...

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  • Hitler, Adolf
    Hitler's propaganda helped him to gain power by convincing people that he had good ideas about what was wrong with Germany and about how to correct those problems. Propaganda's main function is...

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  • Hitler, Adolf
    No, such a leader could not come to power in the United States today. There are two reasons for this. First, such leaders only come to power when people are extremely angry and desperate. While...

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  • Hitler, Adolf
    To Hitler and to fascists in general, the problem with democracy is that it gives power to people who do not deserve to have it. Fascists do not believe in the idea that all people are created...

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  • Hitler, Adolf
    There are some interesting parallels between both Hitler and Kony. One significant difference between them is that Kony's rise to power is fundamentally alternate than Hitler. Kony's rise to...

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  • History
    Although Hitler initially came to power through legal means, he was never personally elected in a democratic election. During the 1930s, the previously unheard of Nazi party had made great gains...

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