According to the understanding of Nietzsche's superman did Hitler live up to Nietzsche ideal of the superman? (IMPORTANT NOTE: I am by NO means a Fan of Hitler this is a question of scholarly interest)
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In no way.
To name but a few things, Hitler was anti-semitic; Nietzsche was quite vocally opposed to anti-semitism. More to the point, Hitler's rise was based almost purely on ressentiment, the opposite of what Nietzsche would want.