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  • '''Adolf Hitler''' (April 20, 1889, Braunau am Inn, Austria–Hungary—April 30, 1945, Ber ...nion were controlled by Hitler's propaganda minister, [[Joseph Goebbels]]. Hitler did not nationalize industry, but he destroyed the labor unions and his fin
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  • * Bullock, Alan. ''Hitler: A Study in Tyranny, '' (1962) [http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o&d=5542779 ...very well written, blames Hitler for every decision [http://www.amazon.com/Hitler-Joachim-C-Fest/dp/0156027542/ref=sr_1_4/103-4827826-5463040?ie=UTF8&s=books
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  • *[http://www.nizkor.org/hweb/people/h/hitler-adolf/oss-papers/text/ OSS Source Book & Psychological Profile]
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  • {{r|Assassination attempts against Hitler}} {{r|1944 assassination attempt against Hitler||**}}
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  • ...fen SS]] combat division formed from the original "life guards" to [[Adolf Hitler]]
    124 B (16 words) - 23:08, 30 November 2010

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  • Known as Gustl, boyhood friend of [[Adolf Hitler]]; roomed with [[Hitler in Vienna]]
    120 B (16 words) - 09:06, 27 December 2010
  • Friend and business partner, 1909-1910, of [[Hitler in Vienna|Adolf Hitler in Vienna]]
    122 B (16 words) - 09:04, 27 December 2010
  • While [[Adolf Hitler]] was not the sole creator of the [[Nazi Party]], he was present at its cre ...his [[Hitler as soldier|World War I service]] and his preparing to take [[Hitler takes control of government|control of government in 1933]] as [[Weimar Cha
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  • #REDIRECT [[Adolf Hitler]]
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  • #redirect[[Adolf Hitler]]
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  • ...r University in Bochum; has led the functionalist school of [[Adolf Hitler|Hitler]] [[historiography]]
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  • * Bullock, Alan. ''Hitler: A Study in Tyranny, '' (1962) [http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o&d=5542779 ...very well written, blames Hitler for every decision [http://www.amazon.com/Hitler-Joachim-C-Fest/dp/0156027542/ref=sr_1_4/103-4827826-5463040?ie=UTF8&s=books
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  • {{r|Adolf Hitler}} {{r|Hitler as soldier}}
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  • In attempting to explain Hitler's motivation, many historians and social scientists have looked at his pers | title = Hitler 1889-1936: Hubris
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  • With respect to [[Adolf Hitler]], his '''Weltanschauung''' was the set of ideas that he, as a charismatic ...[[Friedrich Nietzsche|Nietzsche]] among others, is certainly not unique to Hitler, but his usage is the focus of this article.
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  • ...ef>[http://www.crusader.net/texts/mk/ Adolf Hitler: ''Mein Kampf'']</ref>. Hitler's personal charisma and his political skills were a further powerful influ ...edrich Nietzsche|Nietzsche]] and the political writings of [[Adolf Hitler|Hitler]] and [[Benito Mussolini|Mussolini]]
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  • While the Nazi Party was always dominated by the charisma of [[Adolf Hitler]], until he gained complete dominance after 1934, there were multiple inter | year = 1967}}, p. 12</ref> In other words, Nazi ideology was what Hitler believed.
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  • {{r|Adolf Hitler}} {{r|Hitler in Vienna||**}}
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  • ...art of the [[Night of the Long Knives]], he was executed on [[Adolf Hitler|Hitler's]] orders as a potential rival. ...'s life." Roehm and Hitler were once close friends, but had become rivals. Hitler saw the need to grow the Nazis beyond the original core of the "Brown Revol
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  • ...r Hall Putsch]], helping [[political beginnings of Hitler|legitimize Adolf Hitler]] He served as a Nazi Reichstag deputy (1924-1928) and unsuccessfully ran ...to the ground. In the subsequent treason trial, he was acquitted, while Hitler received a relatively light sentence, of which he served less.
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  • ...included people variously considered political risks or embarrassments to Hitler. Some of the other Nazi leadership, such as [[Hermann Goering]], [[Joseph G ...nce that ha come to light indicates that the SA chief never plotted to put Hitler out of the way."<ref name=Shirer>{{citation
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