Adolf Hitler: Personality of Evil


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Adolf Hitler: Personality of Evil
Perhaps the most reviled figure in modern history, Adolf Hitler remains an enigmatic character to many, simply for his personification of evil and the tragic consequences of his evil and insane acts, many of which we live with to this day. Much has been written on the personality of Hitler, analyses of his behaviour and actions, informed by historical accounts of those around him as well as the historical info available regarding his youth, upbringing, and early life. An examination into this odious figure is warranted for the insights it can reveal about personality and engaging figures, as well as the terrible acts and acts of omission that are nurtured in the face of cult-like personality worship and...
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