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Explaining Hitler The Search for the Origins of His Evil

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ISBN-10: 0679431519

ISBN-13: 9780679431510

Edition: N/A

Authors: Ron Rosenbaum

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When Hitler's war ended in 1945, the war over Hitler--who he really was, what gave birth to his unique evil--had just begun. Hitler did not escape the bunker in Berlin but, half a century later, he has managed to escape explanation in ways both frightening and profound. Explaining Hitler is an extraordinary quest, an expedition into the war zone of Hitler theories. This is a passionate, enthralling book that illuminates what Hitler explainers tell us about Hitler, about the explainers, and about ourselves.
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Book details

List price: $30.00
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 6/16/1998
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 444
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 1.848
Language: English

Introduction: The Baby Pictures and the Abyss
The Beginning of the Beginning
The Mysterious Stranger, the Serving Girl, and the Family Romance of the Hitler Explainers
The Hitler Family Film Noir
The Poison Kitchen: The Forgotten First Explainers
Two Postwar Visions: Sincerity and Its Counterfeit
H. R. Trevor-Roper: The Professor and the Mountebank
Alan Bullock: Rethinking Hitler's Thought Process
Geli Raubal and Hitler's "Sexual Secret"
Was Hitler "Unnatural"?
Hitler's Songbird and the Suicide Register
The Dark Matter: The Sexual Fantasy of the Hitler Explainers
Hatred: Complex and Primitive
Fritz Gerlich and the Trial of Hitler's Nose
The Shadow Hitler, His "Primitive Hatred," and the "Strange Bond"
The Art of Evil and the Future of It
To the Gestapo Cottage; or, A Night Close to the Fuhrer
David Irving: The Big Oops
The War over the Question Why
A Tale of Three Kafkas: A Cautionary Parable
Claude Lanzmann and the War Against the Question Why
Dr. Louis Micheels: There Must Be a Why
Blame and Origins
Emil Fackenheim and Yehuda Bauer: The Temptation to Blame God
George Steiner: Singling out the Jewish "Invention of Conscience"
Singling out Christianity: The Passion Play of Hyam Maccoby
Daniel Goldhagen: Blaming Germans
Lucy Dawidowicz: Blaming Adolf Hitler
Notes
Acknowledgments
Index