Little did the world know how wrong US President Woodrow Wilson was when, in November of 1918, he proclaimed that World War I was the “the war to end all wars.” Brewing in the mind of a physically wounded and emotionally scarred Hitler, who served as a German soldier in WWI, was a festering anger for Germany's loss of the war, along with a fierce anti-Semitism and an unsettled score with the WW I Allies. “Hitler, Germany's Trojan Horse,” will employ video documentary, lectures and discussion to follow Hitler's rise to power, beginning just after World War I and ending in mid-afternoon of April 30, 1945. It will explore his total reconstruction of Germany into the “Third Reich,” his attempt at genocide, his signs of increased insanity, the betrayal by his “inside” leadership and his ultimate defeat. Lecture (with questions). Facilitated Discussion. Listening to Music or Other Audio. Viewing Videos. Possible Field Trip(s).