The Psychology of Dictatorship : Based on an examination of the leaders of Nazi Germany by G. M. Gilbert
New York : The Ronald Press, 1950. Hardcover. 327 pages ; 22 cm. Very good copy; no underlines or markings within the pages. Satisfaction guaranteed!
The Psychology of Dictatorship Based on an Examination of the Leaders of Nazi Germany by G. M, Gilbert, Ph.d., Princeton University
How did the Nazis convert a combination of hysterical fanaticism, diplomacy, and armed force into an aggressive dictatorship? Here is an original study based upon a year of daily contact with top German leaders. at the international war crimes trial at Nuremberg. As a prison psychologist there, the author had a unique opportunity to observe and talk with Goering, Hess, Von Ribbentrop, Von Papen, Keitel, and others.
Dr. Gilbert describes clearly, often in their own words, the character, social values, group loyalties, and interpersonal relationships of these surviving members of the ruling group—who also provided a substantial amount of information about Hitler himself and his career.
Three years of subsequent study and research have helped to clarify meanings and relationships which could only be dimly perceived at the time. This final report is a first-hand study of the leaders of a modern dictatorship for everyone interested in psychology, current history, politics, or social problems.
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