Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler. All editions included.
There are reviews here that talks of the special character and other errors/mistakes but you should know that these reviews are posted for other editions of Mein Kampf and not for this Mein Kampf.
Mein kampf is the only published work by German Fascist leader of 30’s and 40’s, a man who had served in the Imperial German Army (Deutsches Heer) in first world war and had closely perceived the battleground strategies, an unforgettable personality, Adolf Hitler.
A messiah or hero of twentieth century who was however, largely unpopular of his Nazist and Fascist viewpoints in the western imperialist world, still was loved and respected around the other parts of the world for he was inciting and propagating for a new world order.
He was a key force of first half of the twentieth century that made the people believe in struggle for their freedom and about the fallacy of western imperialists.
In his journey or quest to conquer the world with his brave army and neatly and strongly laid vision, plan and propaganda he won 40 nations and the land through the German Reich to the Caucasus Mountains. Adolf Hilter was more than a Chancellor of the German Reich, he was a force of wisdom, positive vision and counteractive shield to the subjugated people of slave countries.
Many people do not know that the book ‘Mein Kampf’, this particular Edition was banned in the western world and it is the same book that rose to heights of International bestsellers once the ban was lifted.
However, it is obvious that this book or a part thereof was an instant bestseller in the Deutschland (Germany) and rose to greater heights in no time. The ‘Mein Kampf’ of Adolf Hitler was written in two periods stretching from the days of imprisonment in the Bavarian fortress.
It was 1923, when the greatest humiliation for the German blood or kin appeared in the form of French invasion of Germany. The invasion took place in the Ruhr district from where the French took control over many cities of the Rhineland.
Adolf Hitler was arrested with many of his comrades in an active campaign against the French invaders. He was sentenced for a term of five years by the Munich’s People Court and was sent to the Landsberg am Lech to serve his sentence.
Mein Kampf is a live journey of the one of the greatest strategist and general of the history.
The angry ranting of an obscure, small-party politician, the first volume of Mein Kampf was virtually ignored when it was originally published in 1925. Likewise the second volume, which appeared in 1926. The book details Hitler’s childhood, the “betrayal” of Germany in World War I, the desire for revenge against France, the need for lebensraum for the German people, and the means by which the National Socialist party can gain power. It also includes Hitler’s racist agenda and his glorification of the “Aryan” race. The few outside the Nazi party who read it dismissed it as nonsense, not believing that anyone could–or would–carry out its radical, terrorist programs. As Hitler and the Nazis gained power, first party members and then the general public were pressured to buy the book. By the time Hitler became chancellor of the Third Reich in 1933, the book stood atop the German bestseller lists. Had the book been taken seriously when it was first published, perhaps the 20th century would have been very different.
Beyond the anger, hatred, bigotry, and self-aggrandizing, Mein Kampf is saddled with tortured prose, meandering narrative, and tangled metaphors (one person was described as “a thorn in the eyes of venal officials”). That said, it is an incredibly important book. It is foolish to think that the Holocaust could not happen again, especially if World War II and its horrors are forgotten. As an Amazon.com reader has pointed out, “If you want to learn about why the Holocaust happened, you can’t avoid reading the words of the man who was most responsible for it happening.” Mein Kampf, therefore, must be read as a reminder that evil can all too easily grow. —Sunny Delaney