Question by ☯Tao☯: how could there be so many psychologically deluded people in Germany in 1930s?
did Germany probably have a much higher rate of people with “psychological problems” than most other countries by 1930s? (due to all the wars and hardships in Germany’s past)

how so and why this would lead to them being so psychologically deluded?
Which percentage of the leaders and higher ups in the Nazi party probably DID suffer from psychological problems? and why?
Which percentage of the leaders and higher ups in the Nazi party probably DID suffer from psychological problems? and why?

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They were not psychologically deluded.
The treaty of Versailles gave them despair – Hitler came along and gave them hope.
They chose hope over despair – they still came out ahead.

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