By Mike Walsh
Adolf Hitler, during 14-years of leadership, was acclaimed by the greatest intellects of the 20th Century.
Lord Rothermere, proprietor of Associated Newspapers:
“He has a supreme intellect. If one puts a question to Hitler, he gives an immediate, brilliant clear answer. There is no human being living whose promise on important matters I would trust more readily.”
The two-word term used by the English media magnate summed up Hitler perfectly.
Lord Rothermere’s remarks were commonplace at the time. David Lloyd George considered to be Britain’s greatest ever statesman:
“…he is truly a great man. I have never met a happier people than the Germans and Hitler is one of the greatest men among the distinctly great men that I have ever encountered.”
Belgian General Léon Degrelle in 1993 explained what lay behind the remark that Europe’s most popular leader in history possessed a supreme…
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