A Psychological Analysis of Adolph Hitler: His Life and Legend
by Walter C. Langer
Publisher: National Archives of the US 1972
Number of pages: 176
What did they know about Adolph Hitler when they were planning D-day? This is a psychological profile produced in 1943 by the O.S.S. (forerunner to the C.I.A.) used to help the Allied commanders understand the Nazi leader. This study is not propagandistic in any sense of the term. It represents an attempt to screen the wealth of contradictory, conflicting and unreliable material concerning Hitler into strata which will be helpful to the policy-makers and those who wish to frame a counter-propaganda.
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