Rudolph Bionion "Hitler Among The Germans" Essay by The Research Group

Rudolph Bionion "Hitler Among The Germans"
This paper is a critical review of Rudolph Bionion "Hitler Among The Germans" about the Nazi dictator's psychological development as man and leader as shaped by his mother's breastfeeding and breast cancer.
# 21941 | 1,350 words | 1 source | 1995 | US
Published on Mar 12, 2003 in History (European - World Wars) , Psychology (General)

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"Rudolph Binion's work Hitler Among the Germans is a fascinating and frustrating study of the psychological forces at work in the development of the personality and leadership of the Nazi dictator. This study will provide a critical review of Binion's book, including consideration of how the author's arguments draw on the ideas of Sigmund Freud. The argument of the study will be that Binion has written a work which opens up new and interesting avenues of inquiry, but it should be read with a very skeptical eye because of the author's apparent obsessions with certain areas of research which seem questionable.

There is no doubt that the ideas of Freud play a major role in Binion's ideas, although in the only extended section in which Binion openly draws from Freud, the author draws a contrast between Hitler and the subject of Freud's study."

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