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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
After attempting to read this dribble, I've come to the uninformed/probably totally wrong conclusion that Hitler did not die from cyanide poisoning, rather, he simply bored himself... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Scott
This is a book that all of us have heard mentioned but never read. I decided to read it just to find out what Hitler's thoughts were. Read morePublished 27 days ago by John R Merritt