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The collapse of the Third Reich has produced a tidal wave of literature. Over the past thirty years, political scientists, historians, sociologists, psychoanalysts, lawyers, and military writers have examined the ominous record of the Hitler movement in every conceivable detail. The appearance of yet another book requires some justification. In content, the present work isThe collapse of the Third Reich has produced a tidal wave of literature. Over the past thirty years, political scientists, historians, sociologists, psychoanalysts, lawyers, and military writers have examined the ominous record of the Hitler movement in every conceivable detail. The appearance of yet another book requires some justification. In content, the present work is a philosophical investigation of National Socialism - more properly an analysis of the nature and causes of the Nazi movement written from the standpoint of classical Greek and Christian political theory. This undertaking is worthwhile because classical philosophy and the Christian tradition contribute indispensable insights into the still unsolved problem of why one of the world's great nations suddenly set out on a path of death and destruction....

Title : The Hitler Movement: A Modern Millenarian Revolution
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ISBN : 9780817971311
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 253 Pages
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  • Adrienne S.
    2019-02-26 12:13

    I have to say what Hilter was basing his movement on really makes me sick to my stomach. It's like that time I was reading about embombing. I'll have more to say when I'm done.I like how the author examines the psychological factors that were taking place at the time. He experiments with the notion that the Germans were experiencing a type of mass mental illness.I didn't finish this book, the whole thing with Hilter was making me sick.