Analysis of the Personality of Adolph Hitler  

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Analysis of the Personality of Adolph [sic] Hitler: With Predictions of His Future Behavior and Suggestions for Dealing with Him Now and After Germany's Surrender[1] is a report prepared by Henry A. Murray for the United States Office of Strategic Services during World War II. It was one of two psychoanalytic reports prepared for the OSS on Nazi Germany leader Adolf Hitler; the other was The Mind of Adolf Hitler.

Murray's report is dated October 1943. A copy in PDF is available from the Cornell Law School library, which received a copy of the report from Murray's family and published it online in 2004. The Cornell copy is serialized as copy number 3 of 30. The report forms a part of the law library's Donovan Collection, which contains the papers of the legendary OSS chief William J. Donovan.

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