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Hitler, Mein KampfMein Kampf (Adolf Hitler, /26). von Eberhard Jäckel und Ellen Latzin. Zentrale Programmschrift der nationalsozialistischen Weltanschauung Adolf Hitlers . Ende , 70 Jahre nach dem Todesjahr Hitlers, wird sein Propagandawerk "Mein Kampf" gemeinfrei. Schon heute ist der Volltext im Internet auffindbar;. Hitler, Mein Kampf: Eine kritische Edition | Christian Hartmann, Othmar Plöckinger, Roman Töppel, Thomas Vordermayer, Adolf Hitler, Edith Raim, Angelika.
Mein Kampf Hitler Item Preview VideoWhy Germany Is Republishing Hitler’s Mein Kampf Hitler talks about injustices in the treaty ending WWI fighting. He also clearly presents his views of history, purity, Judaism, Marxism and more. He offers solutions to what he sees as problems. Hitler's description. The source of the big lie technique is this passage, taken from Chapter 10 of James Murphy's translation of Mein Kampf (the quote is one paragraph in Murphy's translation and in the German original). Mein Kampf, which means My Struggle, was a two-volume book written by Adolf Hitler during and right after his stay in Landsberg prison. Mein Kampf, in essence, lays out the ideological program Hitler established for the German revolution, by identifying the Jews and "Bolsheviks" as racially and ideologically inferior and threatening, and "Aryans" and National Socialists as racially superior and politically progressive. Mein Kampf, (German: “My Struggle”) political manifesto written by Adolf Hitler. It was his only complete book, and the work became the bible of National Socialism (Nazism) in Germany’s Third Reich. Mein Kampf ist eine politisch-ideologische Programmschrift Adolf Hitlers. Sie erschien in zwei Teilen. Hitler stellte darin seinen Werdegang zum Politiker und seine Weltanschauung dar. Mein Kampf ist eine politisch-ideologische Programmschrift Adolf Hitlers. Sie erschien in zwei Teilen. Hitler. Adolf Hitlers Mein Kampf | Zentner, Christian | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Hitler, Mein Kampf: Eine kritische Edition | Christian Hartmann, Othmar Plöckinger, Roman Töppel, Thomas Vordermayer, Adolf Hitler, Edith Raim, Angelika.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Propaganda technique used for political purposes. The scope of the lede is being discussed with regards to statements by Donald Trump.
Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. For other uses, see Big Lie disambiguation. See also: Jewish war conspiracy theory. I, ch. X .
See also: Trumpism and Veracity of statements by Donald Trump. Conspiracy theory Demagogue Fake news Gaslighting Noble lie Post-truth politics Truthiness.
Lexico Dictionaries English. Retrieved The Jewish Enemy: Nazi Propaganda During World War II And the Holocaust.
Harvard University Press. Hitler may be planning to use that lie again. Whatever Hitler's purpose in taking up the lie of an undefeated Germany, the record of the collapse is clear.
Hitler's Biggest Lie". The New York Times. Retrieved 6 December Retrieved February 3, The Bigger the Better - Lying as a political tool is hardly new.
Mein Kampf is actually a very interesting read. Don't listen to the reviews below. If you have an open mind give this book a chance.
Reviewer: rudolf - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - February 21, Subject: Good reading material Something similar to Rodger Elliott's manifesto, the guy that killed 7 people in Santa Barabara, CA..
Reviewer: godofmagic - favorite favorite favorite favorite - March 6, Subject: : I haven't read the book but i will soon but so far after reading a couple pages of the book i say it's a pretty good book.
Reviewer: socal sam - favorite - May 29, Subject: This book used to pay Hitler Sadly this drivel was published mostly long term to provide Hitler with a salary.
Historical but otherwise there are any number of crazy people with manifestos. Most are ignored. We learn from this book that sometimes a homeless person with a dirty spiral bound notebook actually gets an entire nation behind them.
Reviewer: spulwerk yahoo. Reviewer: jamalhassani - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - January 17, Subject: thanks i like this book much.
Reviewer: hgoodall - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - November 27, Subject: I ave the little book called My New World Order I have the little book that was the first chapters of this book.
It is called My New World Order. It is an excellent read and I will upload it later. Remember that the times. Germany was in a Depression and had to pay the Debts to the winners of WW I.
He may had been a nut, but he was a intelligent nut. A Mighty Oak is a Nut that stood its ground. My predictions are also coming to pass. So remember Hitler and what once was will be again in another form.
If your explanation for reading this book does not involve understanding mistakes from t Let's distill my previous review. The work describes the process by which Hitler became antisemitic and outlines his political ideology and future plans for Germany.
Volume 1 of Mein Kampf was published in and Volume 2 in The book was edited by Hitler's deputy Rudolf Hess. View all 6 comments. Call me a crazy talking liberal if you want, but I am against burning human beings in big ovens.
I don't care how trendy and cool it was considered back in the day, that's just the way I was raised. I read this book on the recommendation of a friend.
Or at least I thought he was my friend. It turned out he was actually just a cashier at Borders. But he looked an awful lot like this guy I used to be friends with when I worked at Gamestop.
I could have sworn it was him. T Hitler The only real difference was that he worked at Borders and not Gamestop. Oh and he apparently enjoys Nazi literature.
And I'm pretty sure the guy I worked with at Gamestop was black. But in any case I suppose I should blame myself. Perhaps the next time a skinny bald white cashier recommends a book written by Adolf Hitler I should get a second opinion.
Especially if he's not the tall black guy with dreads I used to work with. So in summary View all 51 comments. Sep 04, Trevor rated it did not like it Shelves: biography , history.
While I was teaching on my placement at the start of the year my supervising teacher had an incentive program going on with some of the students in the VCE history class we were taking.
He told me he had made this offer every year and had never been required to pay up. He believed this was because the book was so poorly written and so turgid that even the most money hungry 16 year old would figur While I was teaching on my placement at the start of the year my supervising teacher had an incentive program going on with some of the students in the VCE history class we were taking.
He believed this was because the book was so poorly written and so turgid that even the most money hungry 16 year old would figure there were easier ways to make some cash.
That was the head-space I approached this book in. I was expecting it to be almost painfully badly written and pretty much the awful rants of a nearly insane fool.
I need to assure you, that is not the book I found. This book is actually frighteningly lucid and remarkably well written. It is a much more dangerous book than, say, The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.
That book is so embarrassingly badly written, so pathetically obviously a forgery that anyone with half a brain could do little else than laugh at it with derision.
I was actually a bit surprised when Hitler referred to the Protocols in this — as I thought even he would have had more shame. Nevertheless, the rest of his arguments against the Jews are much more carefully constructed and build in a way that has become a virtual template for any conspiracy theory.
And what a conspiracy theory this is! Hitler starts by saying he never really had anything against the Jews, thought that they were just another religion and could hardly be bothered worrying about them.
In fact, he goes as far to say that if he had heard people speaking against them he would probably have stopped them and regarded these people as reactionary fools.
At least, until his eyes were opened to the Jews infinite deceit after a series of interactions with them and Social Democrats following the death of his parents.
This is the conspiracy theory to end all conspiracy theories. He keeps telling the reader just how lacking in creativity the Jews are — but if they are able to pull off half of the stuff he blames them for they must be nearly godlike in their powers.
There were only one or two sections in the book when these rants became tiresome — he clearly understood when to push his point and when to hold back.
He sounds much more reasonable than I would have ever dreamt. The things that are most interesting about this book, to me anyway, were the glimpses into his life given early.
The stuff with the mice he watched playing on the floor is the last thing I thought I would find in this book.
The stuff about his father is gobsmackingly interesting. As he says, he respected his father, but loved his mother.
In fact, he makes it clear that he definitely did not want to become anything at all like his father. What he has to say about propaganda — essentially, people are stupid and so need to be told in the simplest terms imaginable what they need to believe and that all subtlety is wasted on them, made me wonder how people ever followed him given he is saying he is more than happy to lie to his followers.
This ought to be much more chilling for us today flicked on the television and watched any ads lately? This view is increased by this dismissal of female sexuality as entirely submissive.
Sex plays a large role in his argument against the Jews. Jews marry off their daughters to Aryans as they know that the best way to overcome a nation is to attack its blood and their sons lie in wait to seduce Aryan women.
By diluting Aryan blood and keeping the purity of their own blood he never explains how both of these are possible at the same time except for vague references to the purity of the male blood line of Jews - the opposite of the case, in fact they hope to one day take over the world.
I can see how easy it would be for someone suffering from the defeat of Germany to want to believe the reason for their defeat and hardships was a Jewish conspiracy.
I got to the end of the first volume and decided I had heard enough. If you wanted a conspiracy theory, perhaps a good one would be that conservatives tend to say Hitler is impossible to read so that people will not see the similarities of his views with their arguments.
This one is so extreme it is little wonder it took the entire efforts of the state to continue it. Even then, it is doubtful Germans actually believed it — the big lie was just enough to allow one of the greatest crimes in history to be committed, but not enough to truly justify it even to those following through with the vision.
There are chilling moments here — particularly given what happened next and not just to the Jews but also to the Slavs.
His discussion of Russia is particularly chilling. But then there are moments of remarkable insight. He talks of people who want to lead the movement who have been active for 40 years and yet have not achieved their aims or stopped their opponents from achieving their aims.
He points out that this is a clear sign of how pathetic their aims must be. This is a very interesting argument and one it would be difficult to argue against.
There are many long standing Marxists and Nazis who would do well to consider the implications of what he is saying here. All the same, this book is disturbing given what we know about what came next.
And it is impossible now to not read between the lines and hear the awful silence of the death camps echoing throughout this book.
The point is, however, that many of his arguments are little different from what is dished up today. I would have preferred this to be much more extreme than it ended up being.
I would have felt safer that way. Our remarkable ability to create scapegoats has not deserted us with the years or with the knowledge of the consequences this madness had in Europe.
I am glad I read this — but one volume was more than enough. View all 61 comments. Jan 21, Margarita rated it it was amazing.
It is very difficult to talk about this book, and to agree with those who review it positively, because the person who wrote it did terrible things.
Anyone who reads this book should not fall prey to manipulation. But any book can be dangerous. We can blame the Holy Quran and the Holy Bible in just the same way.
I read Mein Kampf when I was quite young actually and because it was a forbidden book. There was only one copy at the town library and I had to sneak it out.
So the context is as importan It is very difficult to talk about this book, and to agree with those who review it positively, because the person who wrote it did terrible things.
So the context is as important as the rest. This is a memoir, a historical document, a madman's vision on politics and the organisation of the world.
We send our youths to visit concentration camps in Germany beause what happend must never be forgotten. Well, I think that they should also read this book because it is part of what remains of those dark times, it is a part of our common European heritage.
Yes, it is terrifying. But we need to remember the good and the bad. View all 8 comments. Dec 29, Paul rated it it was ok Shelves: fascism.
I read this in as part of my first degree in history whilst doing a course on Modern German History. The most interesting thing is that this was written without hindsight or from a position of power, or at the time any immediate likelihood of power.
The mix o I read this in as part of my first degree in history whilst doing a course on Modern German History. The mix of ideas following Darwin, combined with Nietzsche superman , the anti-Semitism and eugenics; not to mention all the madcap scientific ideas around and the growth of psychoanalysis.
We sometimes forget that eugenics was very popular and respectable. The list of those advocating some form of eugenics is impressive; H G Wells, Kellogg, Keynes, Churchill, Theodore Roosevelt, Havelock Ellis, Pauling, Marie Stopes to name a few.
The list in opposition is much shorter. Hitler was influenced these ideas, especially the virulent anti-Semitism. The Russian Revolution and the rise of Bolshevism were also significant, as was the decadence of the Weimar Republic and the rampant inflation.
Hitler expounds his Jewish conspiracy theories and adapts the racial theories of Haeckel. The rise of Marxist theory he considered, was part of the broader Jewish conspiracy.
Hitler adapted all of this mix into a world view, adding the concept of Lebensraum. This relates to the need for expansion to give the German nation room and space.
It originates from the English and French drive for colonies and the westward expansion in America; it was just applied to Europe by the Nazis.
Everything is there that leads to the gas chamber and genocide. It is easy to laugh at extremists, people certainly laughed at Hitler, but they have to be taken seriously, especially if they capture the mood of the time.
Mein Kampf, when read with our hindsight, is horrific, and the author is vile. However he is the product of people and times slightly less extreme.
Free debate and analysis of ideas and their meaning will usually show up the extremes. Censorship in any form is dangerous; the first thing Hitler did with power was to begin to move against people and ideas he considered a threat to his ideology.
A lesson we need to keep relearning. View all 25 comments. Of course I didn't expect Mein Kampf to be a great book, even within the admittedly narrow antisemitic messianic homoerotic prison genre, but I did expect a little more showmanship.
My German is middling, but I've heard he was all charismatic and persuasive or whatever. Like, if you were just planning to go out for a stroll and pick up some schnitzel, you'd happe Of course I didn't expect Mein Kampf to be a great book, even within the admittedly narrow antisemitic messianic homoerotic prison genre, but I did expect a little more showmanship.
Like, if you were just planning to go out for a stroll and pick up some schnitzel, you'd happen to overhear him on a radio broadcast and all of a sudden you'd be smashing windows, incarcerating Jews, and annexing strategic swaths of Lebensraum before you even knew what you were doing.
He was that powerful. Yeah, we all understand that Hitler didn't have the best taste. He was into retro-Greek kitsch and probably those paintings of clowns and kittens and whaling ships.
All the more reason to expect a semi-entertaining wallow in the muck and mire. Why can't we expect the same from Adolf Hitler?
We expect idiots to entertain us with their idiocy; we don't expect them to be dull. I'll bet Mel Gibson's ghost writer would shit out a much better book.
With more anecdotes about Jodie Foster than your standard-issue xenophobic tract. I just realized I've been misspelling Hitler's first name my whole life as 'Adolph.
Probably the Jews View all 28 comments. Understanding their guidebook might be the best way to beat them at their own game.
Many readers today avoid the book to avoid the taint of being seen reading it and also out of fear of perhaps falling under its influence.
That is considered to be playing into the hands of the ones who are willing to use he powerful methods present therein. If the book was indeed a powerfully reasoned piece of work this would have held true.
Instead it turned out to be a pathetic work, which only showcases the workings of a weak mind that constructed all its arguments from pre-conceived notions and never examined the basis of its arguments.
To this the Nazis added a further dimension: racial anti-Semitism. Nazi racial…. In the first, autobiographical, portion of Mein Kampf , however, he twisted the truth in at least three matters: his relationship to his father which was very different from the filial affection he had set forth in Mein Kampf ; the conditions of his life….
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Translator's Introduction Author's Preface. The autobiography of Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf "My Struggle" outlines Hitler's ideological struggle in his transition from a liberal, live and let live, perspective to his well recognized anti-jew conservatism.