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Hitler His rise to power 1930-1939 I follow my course with the precision and security of a sleepwalker Even at that time it struck the world as an unusual statement for the undisputed leader of 67000000 people to make at the time of an international crisis Hitler meant it to be a form of reassurance for his more wary followers who questioned the wisdom of his course It seems however that it was a true confession and had his wary followers only realized its significance and implications they would have had grounds for far greater concern For the course of this sleep-walker has carried him over many un-traveled roads which finally led him unerringly to a pinnacle of success and power never reached before And still it lured him on until today he stands on the brink of disaster He will go down in history as the most worshipped and the most despised man the world has ever known Before coming to power almost all of his speeches centered around the following three themes 1 the treason of the November criminals 2 the rule of the Marxists must be broken and 3 the world domination of the Jews No matter what topic was advertised for a given speech he almost invariably would wind up on one or more of these three themes And yet people liked it and would attend one meeting after another to hear him speak It was not therefore so much what he said that appealed to his audiences as how he said it To Germans burdened by reparations payments to the victors of World War 1 and threatened by hyperinflation political chaos and a possible Communist takeover Hitler frenzied yet magnetic offered scapegoats and solutions To the economically depressed he promised to despoil Jew
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