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This article poses an unsettling question. Was Hitler's regime not so much a historical accident as a prototype-a creation of modernity and a response to the conditions precipitated by modernity? It constructs an answer via the exploration of the interdependency of a number of constructs. Through the building blocks of symbolism the propagandist constructs an imaginary world that is neither true nor false, but a pseudo-reality energised by the emotion of fear and both defined and constricted bydoi:10.30966/2018.riga.2.5 fatcat:mq5gw3nqx5ey5h5w6myeds2r2m