I. this paper; the subject is Adolph Hitler.It

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Throughout written history there have been a select few that through works, circumstance, or a combination of both, will remain on the minds and hearts of people for centuries to come.Incredibly this honor is not reserved only for those who symbolize love, kindness, and everything we should strive to be.We also have a morbid fascination with those who represent everything in our nature that is dark and cold.The only parallel that can be drawn between the two, is the uncanny familiarity with and utilization of certain human emotions, like a farmer harvesting only a few seeds, leaving the rest of the crop stunted or withered. For example, Jesus Christ harvested only love and compassion, leaving hates and fear stunted.Others were driven only by fear and hate.One such person is the subject of this paper; the subject is Adolph Hitler.It is my belief that what a person is willing to share publicly is a restrained expression of the depth of their emotions on a subject.At least that is the case with politicians like Hitler.Hitler's book Mein Kampf offers incredible insight into his beliefs and aspirations.I would like to share what I have taken form she study of this book, from both what is read and what is inferred.
Adloph Hitler was born in the small town of Braunau-on-the Inn in the country of Austria.His father was a civil servant, and his mother a housewife. It seems obvious from the title of thefirst chapter of Mein Kampf "In The Home Of My Parents", that Hitler is trying to belittle the fact that his birthplace is not Germany.And seemingly for those who may frown upon this, in several chapters he attests that Austria is synonymous with Germany and should be seen as such.
Hitler also speaks about his earily fascination with ecclesiastic…