Published June 24, 1981
by Elsevier Social Science .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||207|
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For Hitler, the reawakening of the long-dormant Germanic spirit, with its racial and militaristic qualities, was far more important than any traditional notions of learning. Before Hitler, German university towns had been counted among the world's great centers of scientific innovation and literary scholarship. Hitler's Forgotten Library: The Man, His Books, and His Search for God. YOU can tell a lot about a person from what he reads. The surviving -- and largely ignored -- remnants of Adolf Hitler's personal library reveal a deep but erratic interest in religion and theology. Between and , Eric Voegelin published four books that brought him into increasingly open opposition to the Hitler regime in Germany. As a result, he was forced to leave Austria in , narrowly escaping arrest by the Gestapo as he fled to /5. The German military defeat in November, , triggered two fateful traumas, one experienced by Hitler privately and the other by the Germans collectively. Hitler’s trauma took place while he was recovering from a poison gas attack at a military hospital in Pasewalk; informed that Germany had surrendered.
In , Adolf Hitler wrote an embellished autobiography to convince Germans he was their natural leader Hitler used shameless self-promotion and alternative facts to cast himself as a national. "Binion's Hitler among the Germans towers above the mass of Hitler books. With breathtaking precision, it contributes not just new biographic information, but above all a compelling explanation of Hitler's personal development. It is by far the most brilliant psychohistorical contribution to Hitler research."—Eberhar JaeckelAuthor: Rudolph Binion. ""Binion's Hitler among the Germans towers above the mass of Hitler books. With breathtaking precision, it contributes not just new biographic information, but above all a compelling explanation of Hitler's personal development. An odd and rather intriguing search for the unconscious determinants of Hitler's beliefs and policies. Self-punitive guilt, enthusiasm for ""mercy killing,"" and a compulsive quest to ""poison the poisoners"" resulted, Binion finds, from Hitler's orders to the Jewish family doctor in to treat his mother's terminal malignancy with extremely painful iodoform, a circumstance also .