by Adolf Hitler
✅ Editor: Jaico Publishing House
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Booked in 1922, only four years after the war to end all wars, an Austrian unknown who then lived in Bavaria planned a leaflet to be called upon to settle scores.In it he intended to attack the inefficiency of the dominant political parties in Germany that opposed the new National Socialist (Nazis) parties.In November 1923, Adolf Hitler was imprisoned for the Munich Beer Hall aborted putsch with men willing and able to help him with his writing.With the help of these collaborators, among them Rudolf Hess, the brochure became a book.Settlement of scores became Mein Kampf, an unprecedented example of confused economics and horrendous history of bigotry and an intense self-glorification of Adolf Hitler as the true founder and builder of the National Socialist movement.It was written in hatred and contained a master plan for violent bloodshed.When Mein Kampf was published in 1925 it was a failureIn 1926, a second volume appeared – it was no more successful than the first one.People, either he mocked or ignoredThey were wrong to do it.Increasing Hitler’s power, pressure was exerted on group members to buy the book.Gradually, this pressure was extended to all elements of the German population.As of Mein Kampf was even fainted to the couples of newlyweds as a gift.Ironically and terribly, by the time Hitler came to power on January 30,1933, what was considered by many to be the most satanic book ever written ran shoulder to shoulder with the Bible at the top of the German best-sellers list.In his excellent introduction to this definitive American translation of Mein Kampf, Konrad Heiden writes:”For years, Mein Kampf established himself as a proof of the blindness and complacency of the world.In his pages, Hitler announced–well before he came to power–a program of blood and terror in such overwhelming frankness that few of his readers had the courage to believe him.Such a man could go so far, towards the realization of his ambience.
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