Hitler's World View: A Blueprint for Power

by Eberhard Jäckel (Author), Herbert Arnold (Translator)

Editorial Reviews

New York Review of Books : [Jäckel's] critique of the self-contradictions
historical research has brought upon itself by abandoning systematic analysis
and relying instead on intuitive judgments and the obiter dicta of ex-Nazis such
as Hermann Rauschning is cogent and convincing. So also is his analysis of the
development of Hitler's ideas from the "conventional foundations" with which he
began in 1920.

A highly intelligent and very valuable book by one of the ablest writers on
Nazism in Germany. Hitler's world view-the intellectual system which was the
dynamic force of his career--is too often omitted from the history of his
movement. Jäckel has reconstructed it with great skill and scholarship. His book
tills a serious gap: it shows us the human motor which drove that otherwise
inexplicable machine of brutal conquest and extermination.

Product Details

Paperback: 144 pages
Publisher: Harvard University Press (May 1981)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0674404254



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