The mind of Adolf Hitler: the secret wartime report

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Basic Books, 1972 - Biography & Autobiography - 269 pages
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Reproduces the secret report on Hitler's psychological state written in 1943 for the Office of Strategic Services

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Walter Langer has done his work here. The predictions concerning the outcome of the war and Hitler's actions are/were indeed prophetic. In examining this volume I found it so convincing that I wondered if it was not a very sophisticated form of war-time propaganda. Either way, a must read for scholars of World War II. 

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I was surprised at how interesting this was. Profiling homicidal maniacs before the FBI did. There is a good summary at the end of where the report went wrong -- and where it went right on the money. Read full review

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