I understand like most of my work, these areas outlined only give a flavor and are not conclusively resourced.
My friends and I had made sure to arrive on time and we were lucky to find a tiny spot on the stairs.
As far as I know, the SBE hall is the largest one of the university and it was packed. So, how can it possibly be applied to Adolf Hitler?
Oxford trained historian Laurence Rees is aware of this ambiguity and starts his lecture with a brief clarification of his choice of word. Rees takes a clear, chronological approach to specify these personality traits, starting off in the year when the young Hitler moved to Munich.
The dark charisma of Adolf Hitler, by Laurence Rees Vision and determination Contrary to the popular view of someone charismatic Hitler was not a very social person.
He was unable to build intimate relationships with people and failed at making friends. Yet, it was already clear at the time that Hitler possessed charisma. According to his former housemate Kubizek, one day Hitler wanted to write an opera and the next, with equal vigour, he would decide to renew the sewage system in Vienna.
This, according to the historian, is the basis for charisma: Kubizek in this regard recalled that Hitler, who was a passionate reader, tended to lecture him on the texts he would read and on what he thought about them. If Kubizek would question or argue with him, Hitler would lecture him further.
This attitude was a persistent feature that Hitler would later apply in his political speeches and that would make him a charismatic orator. During the First World War Hitler voluntarily enrolled in the German army and this experience greatly shaped the political ideas he formed later.
Just as he had lectured Kubizek a couple of years earlier, he would now lecture his audiences. Although he was still unable to establish a personal contact with people, large crowds did not hinder him.
In his speeches he built upon feelings which were already present in German society and said out loud what many were thinking privately. But he also magnified these pre-existent sentiments. Anti-semitism was nothing new in Germany, especially among the middle class, but Hitler propelled this notion by persistently scapegoating the Jews for all the wrongs within German society and by blaming them for the humiliating loss of the First World War.
Tans lecture, Maastricht University: Laurence Rees on the The Charisma of Adolf Hitler, October Unwavering conviction In the s, only a minority of Germans sympathised with Hitler, as became clear with his failed putsch in and his defeat in the elections ofwhere he obtained only 2,6 percent of the votes.
Loss only strengthened his conviction and he would share his ideas with increased vigour with everyone who crossed his path. Hitler wrote Mein Kampf during the period of imprisonment that followed his lost putsch and he stated after the elections of that he soon would become the next Chancellor of Germany.
Hardly anyone believed him. This is where history helped him a little, Rees says.
Without it, Rees claims, it is likely that Hitler would have remained a mere footnote in the history books. At this point his never-decreasing self-confidence made the difference.Before Hitler became leader of Germany in , the German Economy had been bombarded by treaties following their humiliating world war one on loss and the arrival of the great depression made matters even worse.
After , however, two short-term factors brought Hitler to power: 8. E conomic Depression. After the Wall Street Crash of , the US called in its loans to Germany, and the German economy collapsed. Encyclopedia of Jewish and Israeli history, politics and culture, with biographies, statistics, articles and documents on topics from anti-Semitism to Zionism.
Adolf Hitler enlisted in the Bavarian Army in august as a war volunteer.
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