THE FLEDGLING POLITICIAN
This Part ("pages" 16, 17 & 18) follows Hitler back into civilian life and his "struggle" to control and form a small political group into a powerful, influential party. Many historians, based on today's recognition of democratic procedures, find fault with his actions. If, however, they would look back (as an example on the formation of their own governments), they would find that they are honoring some people who were made out of the same stuff as Adolf Hitler.
This Part (pages 16-18), with all supplementary links, is equivalent to
about 56 book pages.
Access to footnotes (designated by an *) can be found at the top and
bottom of each page.