Hitler And His Gang The True Story of the Greatest Crime in History by Joseph McCabe, Haldeman-Julius Publications, Girard, Kansas - United States 1944 - First Edition, First Print - Early and rare publication analyzing the destructive personality of Adolf Hitler and the ways that enabled him to bring upon mankind the greatest tragedy in history, things were written in the life of Adolf Hitler, even before the end of the war. (Many notes and markings in the body of the text made by unidentified sage proficient in Nazi history).
Hundreds and thousands of books and studies have been written in an attempt to analyze the personality of Adolf Hitler, and how this single person has succeeded in causing the most serious human tragedy in the human history. Before us one of the first publications on the subject, which was published in the life of Adolf Hitler and at a time when it was not yet clear how the war would end. The author actually claims that Hitler did not possess any special skills. He shows how since he was a child he has been a mediocre personality with extremely limited mental abilities, with a tendency to be irresponsible about his fate. So, how did this man who had no special talent, succeed in sweeping away an entire nation and bringing upon mankind the greatest disaster in its history. The author shows how the fact that in a demagogic way Hitler succeeded in sweeping after him the high German intelligence, is what enabled him to convey his messages more easily to the rest of the people. For the German people who realized that the upper class of intellectuals supported Hitler it was already easier to accept him as a leader. Next, when a minority of German intellectuals refused to accept Nazi ideology and Hitler as Furer, he used violence and put them in concentration camps, and thus in fact a very mediocre person managed to take such a significant position. The decisive weight in the eyes of the masses of the German people was what the German intellectuals thought. The author even explains that harnessing the intellectual stratum to the views of a person who did not even know how to write in an orderly manner was done not by Hitler himself but by his associates, who did have the same dialogue with the intellectuals, the same "gang of criminals" in a white collar that surrounded him. He also points to other indirect factors for his success: The use of street parades by the Nazis to strengthen his personality, the activities of the Hitler Youth movement that influenced young people all over Germany - the movement's activities included worship of a leader the youth did not even knew, taking over the country's economic centers forced the citizens to submit to him in spite of him, a careful screening of people who were identified as insufficiently loyal to Furer within the Nazi party itself such as those who dared to speak out against him, false promises to the loyalists, and more.
Extremely rare! Does not appear in World Catalog of Libraries "world cat", nor in the National Library. In the same year a book of the same name by Efimov Boris was published in London, but there is no connection between the publications.
96 p. 22 cm. the cover page is detached. general condition good.