A true account of Hitler's rise to power in Germany, from Pre-WWI Germany up to Hitler's invasion of Poland in 1939. The book includes accounts of historical events including the reign of Otto von Bismarck, aspects of the Holy Roman Empire, events of WWI, Weimar Republic, formation of the Soviet Union, and other historical events of the era.
Adolf Hitler understood the power of perception, and specifically concerning the manner in which humans process such perceptions in our never-ending pursuit of contentment. Perceptions define who we are, our beliefs, our values, who we love and who we hate, and all within perceptual spatial proximity of others, and as such can be used to control us. The ability of government leaders to use this knowledge in creating a leadership environment that portends to support our definitions of contentment thus have the power of bohemian persuasion over us.