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The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe, And Adolf Hitler

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The White Witch or The Queen Of Narnia from C.S. Lewis’ book The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, and Adolf Hitler, the old dictator of Germany are similar in many ways. The first trait they share is cunningness, the second is evilness, and the last is cold-heartedness.
Obviously, as mentioned earlier, the first trait Adolf Hitler and the White Witch share is cunningness. The first piece of evidence that shows that the Witch is cunning is, “While he was prince he would wear a gold crown and eat Turkish delight all day long,” (Lewis, 40). In this scene the Witch finds Edmund. She tricks him to bring his siblings so that she can kill them. To do this, she said she does not have an heir. She persuaded Edmund that if he does the job, and he would become her heir. He could then become Prince of Narnia and eat Turkish delight all day long. Similarly, Adolf Hitler brainwashed people to believe what he believes. Biography.com has stated, “It was abridged and translated into 11 languages, selling more than five million copies by 1939. A work of propaganda and falsehoods, this book laid out Hitler’s plans for transforming German Society into one based on race,” (“Adolf Hitler”). This quote is talking about Hitler’s autobiography which is full of lies and false statements. The book’s name is “Mein Kampf,” or My Struggle. What Hitler was trying to show was, that he almost died in World War 1 by getting hit by a bombshell and being gassed. He thought Jews were the reason behind the
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