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'no' particle : before or after?...

November 2014

I understand that the 'no' particle used as a possessive marker works like the apostrophe in english: Tom's cat. But from time to time, I find the inversed disposition.

失意 の ヒトラー.... (Hitler's disappointment...? disappointment's Hitler?)

Maybe the reason I'm confused is because I don't have a clear sense of the whole sentence.

Here's the whole sentence.

失意のヒトラーをヘレーネやドレクスラーら複数の人物が激励したとしている

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