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Doctor Goebbels: His Life and Death

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As a leader of the twentieth century's most evil regimes, Joseph Goebbel's legacy is his work constructing the mythic image of Adolf Hitlerduring his ... Show synopsis

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The most evil intellectual?

by Bruno1953 on Jul 2, 2010

While Adolf Hitler is the all out champion of "the most hated and controversial historical figure of all time", many of us tend to forget Dr. Josef Goebbels. Without him, Hitler would never have done all the madness he has been accused of doing. Doctor Goebbels created the "Hitler myth" that was fed on the German public and the world. He "brainwashed" the entire country with this myth, and kept feeding the population even when all was lost at the end of the war. He had a Phd in philosophy and letters, and was well read in the classics like Plato, Erasmus, world history and Goethe. His knowledge of western civilization gave him the ideas of both its strength and weakness. And knew how to exploit them fully for the Nazis advantage. And he was the "brain" behind World War II and the holocaust of mass murder of Jews. And was willing to pay the ultimate price no matter the consequences. Committed suicide, with his wife who also killed his six childrens, Dr. Goebbels is the perfect example that a man with humanistic studies is not always "harmless". We may hate Dr. Goebbels but let us not forget this: he was cunning and smart as well as evil. And watch the German documentary: "The Goebbels Experiment" in dvd.

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