Adolf Hitler, the Nazi Fuhrer, is recognized as the most wicked, bloodthirsty mind of the 20th Century.
But what drove this face-in-the-crowd from rural and small town Austria to commit his hate-fueled aggressions and atrocities? How did a high school dropout come to rule from the Arctic Circle to the shores of the Mediterranean Sea? How was he able to persuade a great, civilized nation to march in lockstep with him past the very gates of Hell?
When Hitler was done, 60 million people were dead and a continent lay in ruins. He introduced mankind to unspeakable evil--automated, assembly-line, never-ending death. Men in the 21st Century must now face the question: did Hitler's Nazi creed really die when he crunched his teeth down on his poison capsule in the damp underground pit where he took his own life? Or does the seething hatred he represented still breathe and fester today?