The Pathology of Evil Hitler, he assumed that Hitler was not only obsessed with hatred of Jews, but with self-hatred, too, and that he suffered from serious borderline personality disorder. Hitler soon gained notoriety for his rowdy polemic speeches against the Treaty of Versailles, rival politicians, and especially against Marxists and Jews.
The cause for this disorder Schwaab suspects to be rooted in a traumatic childhood that was dominated by a depressive mother and a tyrannical father.
On June 28,the German government ratified the Treaty of Versailles. Weimar Republic With the loss of the war, the German monarchy came to an end and a republic was proclaimed.
The eight-year-old Hitler took singing lessons, sang in the church choir, and even considered becoming a priest.
Asperger syndromewhich has nothing to do with psychopathy in the sense of an antisocial personality disorder. In the book, Forster is called the "creator" of Hitler. Mayer [ edit ] The personality psychologist John D.
Psychiatrists deal with mental illness and usually write no specialist publications on those they consider to be mentally healthy.
Watercolour by Adolf Hitler, During his time in Vienna he pursued a growing passion for two interests, architecture and music, attending ten performances of Lohengrinhis favourite Wagner opera.
Vernon and Henry Murray [ edit ] One of the first who credited Hitler with the classic symptoms of schizophrenia was the Canadian psychiatrist W. The price of an egg, for example, had inflated to 30 million times its original price in just 10 years.
Why did ex-soldiers join the Free Corps? Several early victories after the invasion of the Soviet Union in Junewere reversed with crushing defeats at Moscow December and Stalingrad winter, Victor found that all these problems had their origin in the abuse that he experienced as a child by his father — who, as he believed, was of Jewish descent.
Jews were the principal target of his diatribe. Why was it significant that The Protocols were published in a newspaper? The United States entered the war in December Hitler changed from a confident, outgoing, conscientious student to a morose, detached boy who constantly fought with his father and teachers.
Since his knowledge could be dangerous to the Nazis, the fictional physician is placed in a concentration camp in and released only after he surrenders the medical records. Compile a list of demagogues in U.
The Nazi party began drawing thousands of new members, many of whom were victims of hyper-inflation and found comfort in blaming the Jews for this trouble. She posits that Hitler early on identified with his tyrannical father, and later transferred the trauma of his parental home onto Germany; his contemporaries followed him willingly because they had experienced a childhood that was very similar.The psychopathography of Adolf Hitler is an umbrella term for psychiatric (pathographic, psychobiographic) literature that deals with the hypothesis that the German Führer and Reichskanzler Adolf Hitler (–) suffered from mental illness.
Take a look at the life and impact of Adolf Hitler, who as leader of the Third Reich orchestrated the the death of 6 million Jews, in this video. Adolf Hitler, a charismatic, Austrian-born demagogue, rose to power in Germany during the s and early s at a time of social, political, and economic upheaval.
Failing to take power by force inhe eventually won power by democratic means. May 04, · On April 30,German dictator Adolf Hitler committed suicide alongside his new wife Eva Braun as his country fell to World War II.
Take a look back at the life of. Adolf Hitler: The Life of a Narcissist 1 Adolf Hitler: The Life of a Narcissist By: Drew Mank Abnormal Psychology University of South Carolina This preview has intentionally blurred sections. Watch video · Adolf Hitler was the leader of Nazi Germany from to He initiated fascist policies that led to World War II and the deaths of at least 11 .Download