Mein kampf

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Mein Kampf, (German: “My Struggle”) political manifesto written by Adolf Hitler.It was his only complete book and became the bible of National Socialism (Nazism) in Germany’s Third Reich.It was published in two volumes in 1925 and 1927, and an abridged edition appeared in 1930.

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Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler

i. FOREWARD from Landsberg Am Lech, Fortress Prison. Volume One: A Reckoning. IN THE HOUSE OF MY PARENTS. YEARS OF STUDY AND SUFFERING IN VIENNA. GENERAL POLITICAL CONSIDERATIONS BASED ONMY VIENNA PERIOD

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Mein Kampf – My Struggle: Unabridged edition of Hitlers original book – Four and a Half Years of Struggle against Lies, Stupidity, and Cowardice

Mein Kampf | The Holocaust Encyclopedia

1. Mein Kampf promoted the key components of Nazism: rabid antisemitism, a racist world view, and an aggressive foreign policy geared to gaining Lebensraum (living space) in eastern Europe.. 2. From 1925 to summer 1945, it sold over 12 million copies and was translated into more than a dozen languages, including a braille edition for blind Germans.

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Mein Kampf the Book Written by Adolf Hitler – ThoughtCo

Mein Kampf, which means My Struggle, was a two-volume book written by Adolf Hitler during and right after his stay in Landsberg prison.

Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler

Alternate cover edition of this book. Madman, tyrant, animal – history has given Adolf Hitler many names. In Mein Kampf (My Struggle), often called the Nazi bible, Hitler describes his life, frustrations, ideals, and dreams. Born to an impoverished couple in a small town in Austria, the young Adolf grew up with the fervent desire to become a painter.

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Mein Kampf: Adolf Hitler, Ralph Manheim: 9780395925034

Mein Kampf [Adolf Hitler, Ralph Manheim] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In 1922, just four years after the war to end all wars, an unknown Austrian then living in Bavaria planned a pamphlet to be called Settling Accounts. In it he intended to attack the ineffectiveness of the dominant political parties in Germany which were opposed to the new National Socialists (Nazis).

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