Why Did Hitler Lose the War? Was His Paranoid Schizophrenia a Factor?

This article may offer you some insights into Hitler’s mind

Sabana Grande
6 min readAug 22, 2021
Adolf Hitler with soldiers. By Unknown author — Public Domain, Wikimedia Commons.

EEven while he was a kid applying to art school, or a soldier fighting on the front lines at Ypres or Somme against the first Allies in World War I, Hitler had a grand vision of how the world should be. He later wrote about it extensively in his autobiography, Mein Kampf.”

In his ideal version of the world, all the Aryan race of people — northern Europeans — would be living in harmony and all the other races would be their servants. He felt that Germans were of the same Nordic stock as the British, Dutch, and Scandinavians, and they should therefore be natural allies. But Hitler was a delusional man. And his fantasies were actually one of the symptoms of paranoid schizophrenia, a condition which many doctors have posthumously diagnosed him with.

It may not come as a surprise to you that Hitler was mentally ill. But it may shock you to learn that a lot of the people in his inner circles actually knew about this. This article will delve into the symptoms of his condition and how they may have caused him to lose the war.

How Does a Paranoid Schizophrenic Function?

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Sabana Grande

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