The Third Reich, A Revolution Of Ideological Inhumanity: The Power Of Perception

Front Cover, 2005 - History - 556 pages
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The book examines the psychological nature that allowed Adolf Hitler to come to power in 1933, and relates this psychological phenomenon to present day mentalities. Volume I of RII is a complete and thorough account of Hitler's rise to power and subsequent rule to September 1939, just before the German invasion of Poland. This volume includes an examination of the Third Reich economy, Hitler's convergence of race and cultural ethnicity, basic genetics, differences in socialism, communism, and capitalism, and explores the psychology associated with Hitler's rise to power. The book attempts to address many problems, to include the propensity for war within society that are predicated from mere perceptions.

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