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Mein Kampf

Author: Adolf Hitler; Ralph Manheim; Abraham H Foxman
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Company, 1999. ©1971
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : First Mariner books editionView all editions and formats
Stands as Hilter's own stories of his life, his political philosophy, and his thwarted plans for world domination.

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Genre/Form: Autobiography
Named Person: Adolf Hitler; Adolf Hitler; Adolf Hitler; Adolf Hitler
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Adolf Hitler; Ralph Manheim; Abraham H Foxman
ISBN: 9780395925034 0395925037 9780395951057 0395951054
OCLC Number: 40586144
Notes: "A Mariner Book."
Description: xxii, 694 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Reckoning: In the house of my parents --
Years of study and suffering in Vienna --
General political considerations based on my Vienna period--
Munich --
World war --
War propaganda --
Revolution --
Beginning of my political activity --
'German workers' party' --
Causes of the collapse --
Nation and race --
First period of development of the National Socialist German Workers' party --
National socialist movement: Philosophy and party --
State --
Subjects and citizens --
Personality and conception of the folkish state --
Philosophy and organization --
Struggle of the early period: the significance of the spoken word --
Struggle with the red front --
Strong man is mightiest alone --
Basic ideas regarding the meaning and organization of the SA --
Federalism as a mask --
Propaganda and organization --
Trade-union question --
German alliance policy after the war --
Eastern orientation or eastern policy --
Right of emergency defense.
Other Titles: Mein Kampf.
Responsibility: Adolf Hitler ; translated by Ralph Manheim ; introduction by Abraham Foxman.
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Contains a new introduction of D.C.Watt, Professor of International History at the University of London, which analyses Hitler's background, gives the origins and history for the book, and ends with  Read more...


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