The Pied Piper who had Delusions Essay by Drew

The Pied Piper who had Delusions
An analysis of Adolf Hitler's manipulation skills and the Nazi regime.
# 3816 | 2,330 words | 14 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Feb 13, 2003 in History (Leaders) , Psychology (Disorders) , History (European - 20th Century)

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This paper presents an analytical look at the ways in which Adolph Hitler's personality helped to shape the Nazi Regime. The writer takes the reader on an examination of Hitler's personality traits and explores how those traits applied themselves to the regime development.

From the Paper:

"Today, when we look back through history, we are hard pressed to find any era in modern times that can compare with the atrocities that were inflicted by the Nazi Regime during the Holocaust. Adolf Hitler was a man who has been accused of great genius and great madness at the same time. He will forever be known as the person who led the most violent and massive charge against others based on race and ability during modern history. His actions and his party's actions caused the destruction of millions of humans as well as their families. He used them for scientific experiments of the worst magnitude, used them for free labor, killed them for sport and destroyed their communities and lifestyles. Today we shake our head with wonder and ask ourselves how on earth we let one man cause such massive pain and destruction against the human race."

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