Hitler, the man who shouldn’t have been born - Evi Crotti - ebook

Hitler, the man who shouldn’t have been born”Un’opera inedita sulla personalità di Adolf Hitler, dall’infanzia fino alla morte, per non dimenticare come sia facile superare la linea di confine tra bene e male. Oltre all’analisi del dittatore nazista sono analizzate firme e scritture di alcuni suoi collaboratori (Goering, Himmler, Mengele, Bormann, Rommel, …), oltre alla sua compagna Eva Braun.Un’opera curiosa, originale e intrigante, ma di facile lettura.***“Hitler, the man who shouldn’t have been born”The book presents an ‘unpublished’ profile of Adolf Hitler personality, from infancy to death. The ‘take home message’ is not to forget how easy it is to overcome the line between good and evil. In addition to the analysis of the Nazi dictator, the book collects and analyses some writings and signatures of a pool of Hitler’ collaborators such as Goering, Himmler, Mengele, Bormann, Rommel, as well as of his partner, Mrs Eva Braun. “Hitler, the man who shouldn’t have been born” is a curious, original and intriguing work, easy to read.

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Table of contents



The birth

Hitler’s parents...

From 1 to 6 years

The relocations

The school

The authoritarian father...

The youth

Hitler the artist

Hitler the painter

Hitler the architect

Hitler the portraitist

The adulthood and the sexuality

The ascension to power

Unfettered ambition and unrestrained destruction

The personality profile

From young Adolf to adult Hitler

The personality

The eyes and the voice

The psychiatric diagnosis

The evolution of the signature

Adolf Hitler’s signature

A summary of Hitler’s signatures

The cruel sect of Hitler

Martin Ludwig Bormann

Adolf Eichman

Joseph Goebbels

Herman Goering

Reinhard Heydrich

Heinrich Himmler

Rudolf Hess

Joseph Mengele

Joachim von Ribbentrop

Erwin Rommel

Albert Speer

Eva Anna Paula Braun “Hitler”


Evi Crotti & Alberto Magni

Hitler, the man who shouldn’t have been born

A life of heinousness and cruelty, as attested by his writings and signatures.

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Title | Hitler, the man who shouldn’t have been born

Autori | Evi Crotti - Alberto Magni

ISBN | 9788827810194

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In remembrance of my beloved

EviCrotti dedicates this book to her parents, protagonists of a particularly painful and sorrowful period in which they were first-hand involved in defence of freedom and love.

This conduct had an objective acknowledgment by general Alexander of the Liberation Army who awarded Antonio Crotti with a “token of gratitude for and recognition of the help given to Sailors, Soldiers and Airmen of the British Commonwealth of Nations, which enabled them to escape from, or evade capture by the enemy.”

Original document with an authentic signature by general H.R Alexander.


How did the idea of ??a book about Adolf Hitler emerge, seeing that an infinity of them already exists in all languages?

This book was born from an experience directly lived by my family - replies Evi Crotti - and I wish to remember my mother’s great courage when facing the cruelty of some of these characters.

Do you want to briefly tell about this experience during World War II?

I was quite little, but some episodes I remember very well. I lived then in Bonate Sotto in the province of Bergamo, where there was a Nazi SS detachment, right in my town.

At that time in the province of Bergamo there were many prisoners escaped from Germanround-ups, coming from all over Europe. I remember that among the so-called "prisoners of war" there were some who came from Greece and Macedonia; there was one Macedonian in particular, Gregory, who was a regular guest in my parents’ house and who shared part of our house with other prisoners, although they were just temporary guests. Gregory was a nice guy, sweet and friendly, with a beautiful voice, especially when he sang. It was he who taught me a song I still remember by heart and that only by a strange coincidence that I have recently discovered to be still sing in Greece:

With a smile on their lips,

Our soldiers march forward

And the Italians have become a ridicule

Because their hearts aren't brave enough.

Mussolini, you fool

None of you will be left standing

You and Italy,

Your ridiculous country,

You’ll all fear our colors.

You have no honor

And when we’ll march in,

Even in Rome, we will raise

The Greek, blue and white flag.

It's raining and they're under the tent

They're not taking a step forward

And they are announcing,

That the weather is to blame.

Mussolini, you fool

None of you will be left standing

You and Italy,

Your ridiculous country,

You’ll all fear our colors.

You have no honor

And when we march in,

Even in Rome, we will raise

The Greek, blue and white flag.

(English translation from lyricstranslate.com)

He repaired shoes and clogs for his companions and, as such, my dad got him a shoemaker table so he could carry on practicing his profession; my mother provided him with the appropriate material and, at times, sitting on a stool I helped him, too.

One day, following atip-off, my mum was stopped by the SS and was ordered to hand in the refugees she was hiding at home, "otherwise – they said – we shoot your children". Meanwhile, two soldiers were pointing the rifle at our necks. I still remember my mother’s coldness and calm as said aloud, so that the prisoners could hear her and flee through the back door of the house: "You shall kill my children only if you find the prisoners in the house." "Then give us the key to the house" and my mother, even more firm, determined and serene, at least apparently: "A moment. I’ll look for it in my bag." She pretended not to find it to bid some time and, in the end, rummaging in his pocket said, "Oh, look where I put it!". Thus, in the meantime, the prisoners retreated in the garden behind the house and hid beneath a huge plant of elder. Unfortunately, one of the prisoners, Leonidas, lagged in his escape and was instantly shot, but he hadn’t been found inside our house.

Another time they came and found Gregory in the house. He was arrested and my mother was intimated to let my father know to immediately present himself in the headquarters of Bergamo for a questioning.

Luckily the director of Dalmine, a fascist as so many were, who had in great esteem my father, helped him to flee and find refuge. How, I don’t know.

We didn't see him for three months, but my mother was reassured about his good health.

This is the reason I wanted to retrace a moment of Hitler’s biography since he, although indirectly, touched me closely and if I talk about it, it is also because that rifle pointed at my neck left me a scar: every time something obstructs my throat I immediately feel like I’m choking.

Can graphology really grasp in a scientific way such a complex personality like that of the Nazi dictator?

Of course. It highlights the temperamental traits of every man. Hitler was suffering from ruinous narcissism, but he was not mentally ill. His calligraphy has proven it, confirming what was already been stated by many researchers including Erich Fromm.

Here will not be addressed the point of Adolf Hitler’s intelligence, although – in his case – said intelligence is manipulative and allowed him to exploit distorted thoughts to influence the world and orient it to his own ends.

So did Hitler suffer from delirium for power or from mere fanaticism of a heroin addict?

If he were a heroin addict, it cannot be said based on his writings. What can be deduced is the delirium for power of a necrophiliac, obsessive and mythomaniac personality. He felt like "a God" and as such acted by subjecting to his will the whole Germany. It is pointless to deny the charism of the Führer who has been able to merge the desire for ransom of the German nation, consequent to the defeat of the First World War, with its personal delirium, through an approach based on blackmail but nevertheless incisive. A guileful serpent, who had poison ready to use at the right time. All seasoned by an infinite and morbid delirium of omnipotence.

Analyzing the signatures from the young age up to the day before his committed suicide did you find a positive evolution or an involution?

His first signatures resemble his father’s, hence, willing or not, he has introjected this violent and amoral figure and identified himself with him. This has produced in him, along with the delirium of power, a hatred that gradually grew until it reached its climax in the destructiveness to the bitter end.

The succession of signatures denotes overall worsening condition, until the last signature, extremely reduced and congested, that was placed at the bottom of the act of marriage with Eva Braun.

What can you tell me about Hitler's collaborators? Is it true that in the end it was them conditioning Führer’s choices?

I cannot say if it was the collaborators to condition Hitler, or vice versa, but I can affirm, without fearing denial, that they, too, were very intelligent people, however they possessed pronounced aggression, a cruel side and attention-seeking behaviour that pushed them to pathological competitiveness.

And with women?

As you’ll read in the book, Hitler displayed ill affectivity and consequently his sexuality was distorted too. The suicides or attempts to suicide by many of his "flames", including his nephew, are proof of it.

Alberto Magni


“Human beings are not good nor evil, but are capable of choosing between good and evil actions. Exists freedom of choice. Breivik consciously choose evil.”


Judge in the process for the slaughter of Utoya (Norway)

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Hitler is the by-product of a father whose educational framework were authoritarianism, sexual licentiousness, which was lived unscrupulously, the yearning to grow economically and abuse of alcohol, till he was drunk. All expressed to compensate the affective hardships he in turn lived and poured on children coupled with religious hatred and racism.

His mother, distraught for the early death of three children in a short time span, engulfed later Adolf in excessive protection and false love for the fear of losing him physically. Thus she helped to secure the Oedipus phase by transforming it into a complex that produced a serious primary narcissism which led him to omnipotence and destruction. The study of tyrants always poses questions. It leads to inquire what are the impulsive forces that move a person to dominate others. What are the passions that force or predispose to behave in a destructive way, both towards oneself and others? How is the psyche of these despots that predisposes them to become responsible for a heinous and destructive social change?

It happens when a sovereign nation by inertia loses its decision-making right and sovereignty, yielding the same to a guileful lie by confusing democracy with a deceptive dictatorship.