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1. John, Lukacs.

"Seventy Years Later: The Second World War Destroyed Adolf Hitler and His
Third Reich, but His Legacy Is Showing Disturbing Signs of Life." Seventy Years Later: The
Second World War Destroyed Adolf Hitler and His Third Reich, but His Legacy Is Showing
Disturbing Signs of Life. Ebsco, n.p. Web. 20 Aug. 2014.
The article is about German leader Adolph Hitler and how He had changed the political
landscape of the world. Collapse of European imperialism after World War II, the creation of new
nations, war crimes and war trial, the Cold War, historical revisionism, and the effect of World
War II on political beliefs are also discussed
2. N.P. "Hitler Speeches - Complete Text - A Selection." Hitler Speeches - Complete Text - A
Selection. N.P., n.d. Web. 24 Nov. 2014.
Lists of Hitlers speeches that shows us how overpowering his speeches are.
3. "Inside a Nazi Death Camp, 1944" EyeWitness to History, www.eyewitnesstohistory.com
(2004).
Hitler created concentration camps at 1933. The numbers of the camps increased
dramatically. (Also explains the cruelness of the concentration camps and also what the
prisoners had to go through)

4. Megargee, Geoffrey, Dr. "Hitler's Leadership Style." BBC News. BBC, 30 Mar. 2013. Web. 19
Oct. 2014.
The Article discusses 5 subjects; Fhrerprinzip(Hitler was determined to command personally.
He took interests in the details of military operations. In 1938, he became the the commander in
chief of armed forces.), Headquarters(Hitler worked in one of the smaller headquarters. He had a
little staff who would inform him on the development of a new weapon, the situation with the armed
forces), Hitler's distrust of his generals(He distrusted most of his generals since he had to overcome
the timidity among his senor officers. With the stunning success in 1940 against the France, Hitler
was admired by other generals), Reliance on instinct(Hitler was a great general however he lacked
the qualities needed to control military affairs with consistent success.), and Strategy(It is well known
that Hitlers strategy is one of the main factor for defeat).

5. Cohen, Rich. "Becoming Adolf." Vanity Fair. N.P., Nov. 2007. Web. 20 Oct. 2014.
The article explains about one of the powerful symbol which Hitler has created, the toothbrush
mustache. It explains how the mustache was from America, and that the mustache was a reminder
of a german hero.

6. Rosenberg, Jennifer. "A Biography of Adolf Hitler." About. N.P., N.D. Web. 21 Oct. 2014.
This article explains 8 things about Hitler. Who he was, his childhood, his life as an artist, his
service during WW1, how he gained political power, his failed coup, and how he started WW2.

7. Rmgens, Inge. "What Made Adolf Hitler a Charismatic Leader?"TalkinBusiness Online


Magazine. N.P., 29 Oct. 2012. Web. 22 Oct. 2014.
Hitler possessed charisma even though he was unable to build relationship with others. The
article contains Vision and determination (the basis of Hitlers charisma and his persistent attitude)
and Unwavering conviction (Hitler obtained only 2,6 % during election. However, when the great
depression hit, peoples thoughts changed and thus, he succeeded in becoming a leader.).
8. Zaretsky, Robert. "Was Adolf Hitler Leader or Follower?" The Jewish Daily Forward. N.P., 19 Apr.
2012. Web. 24 Oct. 2014.
The following website contains Abstract, Object, Limitation, Source of Data, Methodology, Scope,
History of Hitler, 10 life lessons from Hitler, Management lesson, The style and approach of Hitler,
his mistakes, and leadership styles.

9. Mili, Mahfuza. "Adolf Hitler (leadership)." Adolf Hitler (leadership). N.P., 04 Feb. 2013. Web. 26
Oct. 2014.
The presentation contains numerous information and we focused on his leadership style.

10. N.P. "World War II and Hitler: Hitler's Leadership Characteristics." World War II and Hitler:
Hitler's Leadership Characteristics. N.P., N.D. Web. 29 Oct. 2014.
Hitlers Leadership Characteristics:

Powerful: People listened to him. Not many people went against him because they were

afraid that something would happen to them or their families.

Demanding: He wanted what he wanted and wasnt going to change his beliefs for anything

or anyone. He thought that he had all the power in the world and thats what he was trying to gain.

Reliant: He relied on his troops to carry out his plans.

Controlling: He wanted others to do things for him and made them do what he told them to.

Goal Setter: He set goals for himself and the Nazis. Even though some of these were very

far fetched, he did set them and that is a positive characteristic of a leader.

Judgmental: He believed all who werent Aryan were not needed. Not even knowing people

he based his thoughts on looks and heritage.

Confidence: He had a lot of confidence thinking that he could achieve his goals. Although in

the end his confidencee was overturned, he did have it which is a good characteristic of a leader.

11. Kaltsas, Alanna, Kristen Martinez, Ce'Aria A., Dru W., Ashleyt, Mark Lamm, Jessica Demorest,
Al. D., Kelly Young, Kelly, and Vanessa Boys Smith. "LeadershipTheory and Behavior." : Adolf Hitler.
N.D., 10 Nov. 2010. Web. 30 Oct. 2014.

Remembered as one of the infamous people in world history, he is well known for his role as a
chancellor of Germany. He believed in Aryan race, which meant that all Germans are a superior
being. He doesnt trust others and would become frustrated and anger. Instead, he would build a
light relationship with others and focused more on direct control then mutual relationship.

12. N.P. "Adolf Hitler Leadership." Leadership With You. N.P., n.d. Web. 01 Nov. 2014.
Hitler was born in an Inn in the Austrian-Hungary border as the fourth of six children to Alois Hitler
and Klara Plzl. He went to a Catholic school. He was rejected from Vienna School of Fine Arts.
Hitler later developed anti-Semitism which led to the holocaust.

13. N.P. "Adolf Hitler." Adolf Hitler. N.P., n.d. Web. 3 Nov. 2014.
The article explains about Childhood, Early adulthood, The Nazi Party, The road to power,
The Nazi regime, The holocausts, World War 2, Defeat and Death, and Legacy.

14. N.P. "Adolf Hitler: Early Years, 18891913." United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. United
States Holocaust Memorial Council, 20 June 2014. Web. 05 Dec. 2014.
The Article above explains about where they moved to Linz(capital of Upper Austria). Shortly after
his fathers death, he pursues his dream and takes the entrance exam to Vienna Academy as his
mother lay in bed sick of breast cancer. After his mothers death, he moves to Vienna for a new
chance.

15. N.P. "Hitler Comes to Power." United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. United States
Holocaust Memorial Council, n.d. Web. 4 Nov. 2014.
As depression hits Germany, Hitlers speech started to people together. When the Nazi party was
formed, they had less than 3 percent of the vote. But during the depression, the Nazi party received
more than 33 percent. There are three key dates; Treaty of Versailles ends world war 1, Stock
market crashes in New York, and Nazis losing support in Parliamentary elections.

16. N.P. "World War II: The Holocaust." The Atlantic. Atlantic Media Company, 16 Oct. 2011. Web.
06 Nov. 2014.
45 pictures with explanations of the cruelties that the Jews received in the Nazi concentration
camps.

17. N.P. "Invasion of Poland, Fall 1939." United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. United States
Holocaust Memorial Council, 21 Sept. 2014. Web. 07 Dec. 2014.
Invasion to Poland happened at 1939. Europe were to make peace by limiting the German demands.
Thus, Germany invaded Poland and Poland stayed under the influence of German until 1945.
18. N.P. "Mein Kampf." Hitler's Political Ideas. N.P., n.d. Web. 08 Nov. 2014.
Mein Kampf is a belief that some races are superior than others.

19. N.P. "How Did the World Respond?" The Holocaust Explained Website. The Holocaust
Explained, n.d. Web. 07 Dec. 2014.
As the Nazi political powers increased, other parties outside of Germany started to protest against
them.

20. N.P. "The Nazi Rise to Power." The Holocaust Explained Website. The Holocaust Explained, n.d.
Web. 10 Nov. 2014.
The World War 1 began at 1914 and ended at 1918. The years following after shows to political
rise of Hitler.

21. N.P. "The Final Solution." The Holocaust Explained Website. The Holocaust Explained, n.d. Web.
12 Nov. 2014.
The final solution(a code name) is a plan to kill all jewish man, woman, and children in Europe.

22. Meier, David A. "Adolf." Hitler's Rise to Power. N.P., 2000. Web. 13 Nov. 2014.
The Article Explains all the information about childhood, Mein Kampf, World War 1 services. The
articles contains extra information about the Ideology of National Socialism. The orgins of Nazi
Ideology and Antisemitism in theory.

23. N.P. "Nazi Party." History.com. A&E Television Networks, n.d. Web. 17 Nov. 2014.
Explains the origin of the Nazi party which came from the Aryans race (believing that one race is far
more superior than some other races.)
24. N.P. "Holocaust Timeline: The Rise of the Nazi Party." Holocaust Timeline: The Rise of the Nazi
Party. N.P., n.d. Web. 10 Dec. 2014.
Includes a full length time period from 1918 to 1932.
25. St. Rosemary Educational Institution. "Adolf Hitler: World Wars, Nazi Party, Legacy."
http://schoolworkhelper.net/. St. Rosemary Educational Institution, Last Update: 2014. Web.
Retrieved on: Monday 8th December 2014.
The article contains information about World Wars, Nazi Party and Hitlers Legacy, and
concentration camps.

26. Lacey, Jim. "Adolph Hitler." History Net Where History Comes Alive World US History Online
RSS. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Nov. 2014.
After Hitler took control of the entire Germany, he established a new German society called the
Third Reich. He predicted it to last a 1000 years. Hitlers invasion on Poland started WW2.

27. Craggs, Ryan. "Hitler Rise To Power: Date When German Dictator Became Chancellor Marked
On 80th Anniversary." The Huffington Post. TheHuffingtonPost.com, 30 Jan. 2013. Web. 15 Nov.
2014.

Explains about the unbelievable election and how it is the 80th anniversary of the German dictator
becoming a Chancellor.