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30/03/2011 · Examine Adolf Hitler's shortcomings as a military leader. Discover why the Führer distrusted most of his generals and relied too much on his own instinct.

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The German Generals knew it well and were rightfully worried, the European leaders knew it, and Hitler knew it, and still, time after time, between 1935 and 1939, he won with weaker cards, thanks to his exceptional personal abilities in a fast paced diplomatic game of threats and negotiations, of alternating between reason and fury, of deception, temptation, intimidation, lies, stress.

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But having to deal with a talented diplomatic opponent like Adolf Hitler can not be accepted as an excuse for the political leaderships of France and Great Britain, which could easily put an end to Hitler's dangerous game before 1939, when he still lacked the military power to survive active resistance to his actions, a resistance that was likely to quickly knock him down, either by military defeat or by a military coup.


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It was unprecedented in diplomatic history, and Hitler managed, with incredible skill and astonishing success, using all the characteristics of his unique personality described above, to arrange and initiate a series of crises on the brink of war, and come out the winner with great gains, territorial and other, time and again, and without actually starting a war, a war which until 1939 he was going to lose because the German military was still too small and ill-equipped to win.

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But without Adolf Hitler, who was possessed of a demonic personality, a granite will, uncanny instincts, a cold ruthlessness, a remarkable intellect, a soaring imagination and, until toward the end, an amazing capacity to size up people and situations, there almost certainly would never have been a Third Reich.
It is one of the great examples of the singular and incalculable power of personality in historical life.
To some Germans and, no doubt, to most foreigners it appeared that a charlatan had come to power in Berlin.

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The entire teaching profession throughout Germany, from elementary schoolsto university level, had been purged of Jewish instructors and anyone deemedpolitically suspect, regardless of their proven teaching abilities or achievements,including 20 past (and future) Nobel Prize winners. About ten percent ofGermany's university teaching force was sacked in 1933-34, with devastatingresults for disciplines such as quantum physics and mathematics where Jewshad been prominent. The world's premier physicist, Albert Einstein, settledin the United States along with many other intellectual refugees from Hitler'sGermany.

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During the war years, the Hitler Youth organization gradually supplantedthe traditional elementary and secondary school system and became the mainforce educating German children. And the quality of that education continuallyworsened. Students emerging from the elite Adolf Hitler Schools were insuperb physical condition and thoroughly drilled in Nazi ideology, butlacked basic skills in math and science.

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For Adolf Hitler, who was a plain soldier in the war (severely wounded twice, decorated twice for bravery in battle), the prospects of new life and career were even less promising.

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In October 1938, when Jozef Tiso and he visited Adolf Hitler he boldly brought up the issue of independence, proposing that Germany should help Slovakia break away from Czechoslovakia.