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OSS Creation of False Psycho-Data
314 pages; 9 chapters
The e-book Hitler Psychoanalyzed is an edited version of a 1943 document
created by the US Office of Strategic Services (OSS), a World War II
“intelligence agency” of the CIA type, riddled with communists. The OSS
attempted to conduct a vicious anti-German propaganda campaign mostly based
on lies. They decided to have Hitler psychoanalyzed by several Jewish
psychoanalysts who knew nothing about Hitler except what they read in the
anti-German newspapers. The biased researchers were told by OSS Director
Donavan, who created the CIA research fixation, not to worry about
objectivity. So, they used defamatory newspaper accounts and interviews with
enemies of Hitler in order to present a paper which reported on Hitler
psychoanalyzed. That report is nothing more than an expression of slanderous
hearsay, adopted and disseminated by people who knew nothing of the facts.
Nevertheless, it purports to record evidence that supported the negative opinions
resulting from the theoretical process of having Hitler psychoanalyzed. All
“evidence” utilized in the report was second or third hand and/or the result of
interviewing people who hated Hitler for ideological reasons. This editorialized
rendition of Hitler Psychoanalyzed includes nearly 90% anti-Hitler propaganda
and about 10% of material refuting the points made in Hitler Psychoanalyzed.
It’s an interesting artifact of two aspects of World War II: World War II
propaganda and the work of the OSS from which the leftist CIA was
“One of the most widely quoted sources of information about Hitler's personality and secret intentions is the supposed
memoir of Hermann Rauschning, the National Socialist (Nazi) President of the Danzig Senate in 1933-1934. Rausching
was ousted from the Hitler movement a short time later and then made a new life for himself as a professional anti-Nazi.
Most of Langer’s conclusions in his book (this edited e-book) were based on Rauschning’s lies.
In the book known in German as Conversations with Hitler (Gespraeche mit Hitler) and first published in the U.S. in 1940
as The Voice of Destruction, Rauschning presents page after page of what are purported to be Hitler's most intimate
views and plans for the future, allegedly based on dozens of private conversations between 1932 and 1934. After the war
the memoir was introduced as Allied prosecution exhibit USSR-378 at the main Nuremberg "war crimes" trial.
Among the damning quotations attributed to Hitler by Rauschning are these memorable statements: “We must be brutal.
We must regain a clear conscience about brutality. Only then can we drive out the tenderness from our people ... Do I
propose to exterminate entire nationalities? Yes, it will add up to that ... I naturally have the right to destroy millions of men
of inferior races who increase like vermin ... Yes, we are barbarians. We want to be barbarians. It is an honorable title.”
Hitler is also supposed to have confided to Rauschning, an almost unknown provincial official, fantastic plans for a
German world empire that would include Africa, South America, Mexico and, eventually, the United States.
Many prestigious historians, including Leon Poliakov, Gerhard Weinberg, Alan Bullock, Joachim Fest, Nora Levin and
Robert Payne, used choice quotations from Rauschning's memoir in their works of history. Poliakov, one of the most
prominent Holocaust writers, specifically praised Rauschning for his "exceptional accuracy”, while Levin, another widely-
read Holocaust historian, called him "one of the most penetrating analysts of the Nazi period."
But not everyone has been so credulous. Swiss historian Wolfgang Haenel spent five years diligently investigating the
memoir before announcing his findings in 1983 in West Germany. The renowned Conversations with Hitler, he declared,
“are a total fraud.” The book has no value "except as a document of Allied war propaganda." "
Excerpt from Hitler Psychoanalyzed
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