Pondering Hitler’s legacy

Hitler and the Italian dictator Mussolini in 1934 at Venice (Courtesy Library of Congress)By George Friedman
HAPPENSTANCE has brought me today to a house on the Austria-Germany border, just south of Salzburg. That puts me about 3 miles from the German town of Berchtesgaden, on the German side of the border. Adolf Hitler’s home, the Berghof, was just outside the town, on a mountain in the Bavarian Alps. To the extent that Hitler had a home, this was it, and it was the place where Hitler met with many notables, particularly before the war began.

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