Category Archives: Adolf Hitler

I Argue With Paul Gottfried

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Hitler and Abductive Logic: The Strategy of a Tyrant By Ben Novak

Here are some excerpts from this 2014 book: * The question that initiated this study was a simple question that mystified Adolf Hitler’s contemporaries and has subsequently baffled historians and biographers: Why was Hitler successful in his rise to power? … Continue reading

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R. H. S. Stolfi’s Book: Hitler: Beyond Evil & Tyranny

Background.

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Where Did Hitler Go Wrong?

I’m rereading Mein Kampf. It seems like he drew the wrong lessons from WWI and that’s why he lost WWII. Hitler had the usual very incomplete understanding of history. Like a good Marxist, he imagined that he had found the … Continue reading

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Hitler Vs Churchill

James Thompson writes: Rarely have two men been so savagely opposed, and so different in their formative experiences, though each had war experiences . Hitler (1889-1945) rose from nothing to absolute dominion over Europe, and fell like a stick; Churchill … Continue reading

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