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Through analysis of the images and metaphors contained within Hitler's writings and speeches, Koenigsberg reveals the deep structure the unconscious meaning of Hitler's belief system. He demonstrates that Hitler s actions the history he created followed as a logical consequence of the ideological fantasy that he conveyed to the German people. Hitler is studied in this work acknowledged as a classic not in terms of the idiosyncrasies of his personality, but as a political leader who embodied and enacted ideologies that dominated the Twentieth Century: nationalism, racism and war.
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