Stress: Hitler's Theories Of Mind

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The human body is susceptible to a myriad of mental, physical, and emotional illnesses that could easily kill or disable a person permanently. Stress is one of the most common aggressors and has the capability of a vast range of harm from weight gain/loss and anxiety to suicidal tendencies and paranoid schizophrenia. One man in particular can be said to have stressed himself to death-Hitler. Theories have been floating around, since he assumed power over Germany in the 1930s, about his mental status and intellectual abilities. One of the most interesting theories behind how and why he did what he did (read: attempting the act of taking Europe and actually committing mass genocide) was because of his childhood and time serving in World War I-his

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