Mein Kampf Paperback – Sep 15 1998
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Mein Kampf was not written for you to sit down and read for enjoyment, and it should not be taken that way. The reading can be slow at times, but if you really wish to learn more about Hitler, the Third Reich, and what led to the Second World War, then this book is an indispensible resource.
Hitler begins the book by discussing his childhood. His father and him argued incessantly over what career Hitler should pursue. Hitler won by default (his parents died) and chose to pursue his dream of painting. He spent time in Vienna, where he began to form opinions on Marxism and Judaism. Long sections follow on Hitler's experiences in World War I, the Jews, and the failures of democracy. German foreign policy, along with its failures, is discussed in detail. Hitler never provides much evidence for his arguments, except for his condemnation of democracy, which is right on the money. Interspersed throughout his long discussions on politics and race are accounts of the rise of the NSDAP, or Nazi party. This is probably the most interesting part of the book, as Hitler outlines the growth of the party up until the Munich putsch.
I suspect most people will read this book to find out what Hitler says about the Jews.Read more ›
While for many it may be difficult reading at first, some thinking that there are constant repetitions or odd sometimes mixed analogies, one needs only to realize that this type of artistic style merely reflects the newspaper literature of the time in this area. Obviously for the more fortunate, the original German version is the best read. Much is always lost in translation.
If one realizes that this book was purchased by people all over the world at the time of its writing and people found great interest in its content, it comes as no surprise that this intense treatise is still of great interest to people all over the world today.
This book written by the infamous Austrian author, Hitler, is a must read for everyone. Tis' nature, all will come out of this book with varying reactions. But I assume this is what the Austrian author had in mind. And he most certainly succeeded in this.
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