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- Historiography : The study of historians and their methods and interpretive models.
- Adolf Hitler : (1889–1945) Politician in Germany; became 1921 Nazi Party leader, 1933 Reichskanzler (Chancellor), then 1934 as der Führer dictator before and during World War II.
- Psychohistory : Add brief definition or description
- Intentionalism : Add brief definition or description
- Functionalism : Add brief definition or description
- Alan Bullock : (1914-2004) British academic and government historian noted for his work on Adolf Hitler; vice-chancellor of Oxford University
- Lucy Dawidowicz : (1915-1990) American historian specializing in modern Jewish history, especially the Holocaust
- Joachim Fest : German journalist, historian and biographer of Nazi Party leaders including Adolf Hitler and Albert Speer
- Ian Kershaw : (1943-) Noted biographer of Adolf Hitler and retired Professor of History at the University of Sheffield
Analysis of Hitler
- Hitler and his youth : Ancestry, boyhood and adolescence of Adolf Hitler
- Hitler in Vienna : Adolf Hitler's formative years, between 1907 and 1913, in Vienna, Austria
- Hitler as soldier : Adolf Hitler's military service in World War I, and his postwar work for the Army that led him to the predecessors of the Nazi Party
- Political beginnings of Hitler : Adolf Hitler's 1919 entry into politics, his developing the Nazi Party and taking into government, and his negotiations before becoming Weimar Chancellor
- Hitler and his personal life : Adult friendships, possible sexuality and spirituality of Adolf Hitler
- Hitler as military leader : Background for, and direct decisions of, Adolf Hitler in military matters, 1938-1945