Alan McDougall wrote:Hi Thanks for the welcome,
I think even given the bad socioeconomics at that time in history I think Hitler was a special case a person who established a hypnotic power over the German masses.
Herman Goering if he had headed the NAZI party would never had the same sway over the German people as Hitler did, he was seen as a more comic politician who would have been mocked by the people.
Hitlers screaming rhetoric seemed to move the people into doing the unimaginably depraved acts such as the Holocuast
Hello old friend how are you? I believe I have considered this before. If Hitler had not existed the circumstances that created him and allowed his rise to power would still exist. It may have produced a more cunning and clever despot. He may have not made the mistake of trying to maintain two fronts in Europe. He may have listened to his generals and succeeded in conquering Britain first then Russia. We should not be so keen to change history it may have resulted in even more Jewish deaths and the third Reich existing for a thousand years.