To this day, it is illegal to print Mein Kampf in Germany, although of late attempts have been made to publish a critical edition accompanied by studies that present the book in its political-historical context.
By dispensing with any need to rationalise his prejudices, he was able to tap an area of far deeper unease and uncertainty, and one more-over which his followers would never care to expose too fully to the light of day.
In the early days of this article, Adolf Hitler revealed that he believes that humans are not just unified species, but many other species are densely populated. Third, there are his views on the political future of the united Germanies, its expansionist foreign policy and general attitude to the world around it.
This paper analyzes the first volume of the book Mein Kampf.
This work contained both volumes one and two. For this reason alone it is one of the most important books of the 20th century, and well worth reprinting, despite the grisly pleasures its anti-semitic ravings will give to the present generation of racists.
A traitor to this land.