Northern Illinois University Press


Hitler among the Germans

Rudolph Binion

"Binion's Hitler among the Germans towers above the mass of Hitler books. With breathtaking precision, it contributes not just new biographic information, but above all a compelling explanation of Hitler's personal development. It is by far the most brilliant psychohistorical contribution to Hitler research."—Eberhard Jäckel

"This book is a tour de force—both a highly original work of historical reconstruction and an exact and authoritative statement defining and elucidating the nature of psychohistorical scholarship. Among contemporary psychohistorians, Binion stands quite alone, and I think that whatever stature this particular historiographical orientation has attained (and will attain) is due in no small measure to him."—C.M. Kimmich

(1984) 226 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-87580-531-3
paper $16.50

Table of Contents

Preface to the 1984 Edition
Preface
I. The "Jewish Poison"
II. Tomorrow the World
III. The Loud-Speaker
IV. The Double Track
V. Leader and Led
VI. Loose Ends
Appendices
Notes
Sources
Index

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ISBN: 978-0-87580-531-3
paper $16.50