The unholy trinity of monsters of the twentieth century goes Mao, Stalin, and Hitler. Mao's plan was focused on changing Chinese culture and Stalin was more of a thug than an ideologue. Hitler; however, had plans when it came to the rest of the world. While many people know about Mein Kampf Hitler had a second book. This one, named "Hitler's Second Book," described Hitler's foreign policy.
Here is a good point-by-point of Hitler's plot with commentary and historical results.
Step 1: Alliances needed to be made.
In the real world Hitler got one out of two as allies. He was disappointed by the outcome.
Step 2: The Roman-Aryans Axis would take down France and any of her allies like
The real Italian-German axis took down
Step 3: In Mein Kampf Hitler claimed the Soviet Union was
Never get involved in an Asian land war! I have learned that too many times in board games and Hitler should have known that. "That's Stalingrad; you wouldn't have any fun in
Step 4: It is not discussed in the Second Book but Hitler talked about forming a "European union" which would primarily benefit
Today's scorecard: European Union - check! Hitler as victor - blank.
Step 5: Hitler had nightmares of a sort of anti-Christ anti-Aryan state. He feared a country populated by Aryans but "controlled by Jews." This country was the
I bet Hitler really wished he had
Hitler order the book to be held in secret because openly publishing "I will destroy
Category: Historical Geography