10 Things You Should Know About Hitler: Predictions From 1932 – Brian Resnick – International – The Atlantic

In 1932, Hitler had not yet taken power in Germany. But he was close.

What would happen to Germany if the Nazis were to rule? That was a question that had a surprisingly easy answer. In the March issue of The Atlantic, Nicolas Fairweather wrote “Hitler and Hitlerism: A Man of Destiny.” In it, he analyzed Hitler and his philosophy, as derived from a reading of Mein Kampf, “to foreshadow, from [Hitler’s] own statements, some of the things he would like to accomplish.” Journalists, at times, can be horrible predictors of the future. But in this case, Fairweather’s assessment was a sound alarm. He summarizes Hitler in 10 points:

via 10 Things You Should Know About Hitler: Predictions From 1932 – Brian Resnick – International – The Atlantic.

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