Hitler Essays

Friedrich Nietzsche’s Influence on Hitler

Friedrich Nietzsche had broached the idea of Ubermensch (translated as “Superman”) as one of the core features of his philosophy. This idea which set the stage for individualism by touching on concepts of self-surpassing and self-mastery is explicitly propounded in his most famous work, Thus Spake Zarathustra where the protagonist, Zarathustra said: “I teach you the superman. Man is something that is to be surpassed. What have you done to surpass man? ” “The Superman is the meaning of the…

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Was World War Ii the Result of Hitler’s Master Plan_

World War I was blamed on Germany; and it was made to pay reparations to those who where affected by the hostilities. Hitler might have been affected by these, for him to plan for a war- to extricate Germany from its obligations. Upon assumption of power, going to war seemed to be in his master plan, as shown by his fast actions in that direction- 1933 assumed power; 1935 repudiated Versailles Treaty; 1939 invaded Poland; 1940 invaded Denmark and Norway….

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Life of Hitler

The book, written by Alan Bullock deals with the whole life of Hitler, from his unknown early stages through his progress to supreme absolute power and then his final weakening and suicide in the bunker as Russian shells fell around him. The author divides the story into three main sections. The first covers with Hitler’s early life, his rise to party leader in the years following the First World War, and his gaining of the Chancellorship in 1933. The second…

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Hitler & Evil Doer

Hitler: a world renowned evil doer, infamous conductor of genocide, and a painter? The fact that Adolf Hitler was artistic should come as no surprise. Many socio and psychopaths are talented in different art mediums, and often times express the side less known to others through such an outlet. Is it possible that Hitler, a man who murdered in cold blood more than six million people, had a sensitive side? Was he simply using his talent to better learn those…

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