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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 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
some parts of the book put me out of mein kampfertzone such as those parts where i did nazi them coming, Anne Frankly, those parts where greatPublished 6 hours ago by sylvester
I'm still in the half if it. But it's good so far and I was already interesting about Adolf's lifePublished 3 days ago by kawthr
A Review by Don the Baptist of the text – Mein Kampf (My Struggle) – by Adolf Hitler.
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Hitler was a man with a vision, or should I say visions! He has been labeled a monster and a maniac and that in many cases is true; but by reading this book we can begin to see the... Read morePublished 6 days ago by daxmichaels
Although I may not agree with his conclusions. It has given me a deeper understanding of the man. Very interesting historic read, from his perspective.Published 7 days ago by Phillip Walthall