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Analysis of the Personality of Adolph Hitler

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Analysis of the Personality of Adolph Hitler was a report commissioned by Office of Strategic Services head, William "Wild Bill" Donovan, in 1943.

A team of specialists brought together by William L. Langer prepared the report on a project headed by Professor Henry A. Murray, Director of the Harvard Psychological Clinic, psychoanalyst Walter C. Langer, Dr. Ernst Kris, New School for Social Research, and Dr. Bertram D. Lawin, New York Psychoanalytic Institute.

The report used many sources to profile Hitler, including a number of informants. The groundbreaking study provided the basis for Offender profiling and political psychology, today commonly used by many countries as part of assessing international relations.

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