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    Have you read mein kampf by Hitler? What is your opinion on the book.

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    I have read it. I should say he was not an author, he was something else

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    Angry Hitler was a Sociopath

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    I have not read the german book mein kamph, I do know that it translates in English to "My Struggle" and was written by Adolph Hitler, aka Adolph Schicklegruber. Hitler, the Chancellor of Germany from 1932 until his suicide on April 30, 1945. Written in prison, this book lays out his ideas for 'breathing room' in the east for the germanic /aryan people to live.
    It expresses his racial purity ideas involving the Jewish people and their trade guild union which he felt excluded germans from economic prospects and also the Slavic peoples who he considered inferior genetically and his belief that they were undermenchen, who were to blame for the German people's suffering after the first war ended in 1918. The end of the first world war led to crippling economic sanctions against germany which led to the classic example of a person needed a million marks ( dollars) to buy a loaf of bread.
    The Worldwide Great Depression, which followed the collapse of the Stock Exchange and a run on the banks and 30% unemployment, along with a german cultural imperative for a dictatorship society with national socialist values doomed the weimar democratic republic and he was elected Chancellor of Germany with 12 million votes and invaded his neighbors.His ethnic cleansing has labelled him a madman and butcher of 12 million Jews, Gypsies and Slavic Poles and Ukrainians and Russian Communists over the course of the World War II.

    Modeling his third Reich or empire after Benito Mussolini's rise in fascist Italy, he rebuilt Germany and expanded it's military materials and troops, by plundering his neighbors. Allied nations, after an invasion in Normandy June 6th 1944, finally accepted the unconditional surrender of the German Army in April 30, 1945. A poor Art student and marginal paperhanger and former Army Corporal in WW1,1914-1918, Adolph Hitler found that public speaking and rallying the beleagered and starving German people with fears of an enemy without and within gave him the power and prestige. His book, Mein Kampf was an attempt to promote himself and attract financial support for his political campaign while in prison for treason against the government after being arrested during a coup attempt in the 1920's .The struggle that Adolph Hitler put the world through was more accurate than anything he suffered.Cautionary tale indeed.
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    He was a megalomaniac. A sociopath who murdered over 50 million people many civilian women and children. His manipulation of the public lead millions of Germans to their death and to the ruin of much of European society, industry and infrastructure. He killed himself and his mistress, in a bunker after conquering most of Europe and Eastern Russia.

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    I have red this book of Hitler because my parents got it at their stately marriage by the clerk on the marriage office in 1943. My father had then to go to the German army again. He died fighting against the Red Arny as lieutanant of the German Wehrnacht at Stalingrad. To that time "Mein Kampf" it was said by the NSDAP-party was the bible of the German soldier . I allways shall remind one sentence of this book : "How could we force a man to go to war? Answer: If he do not go to war he wiil be shooted by the own forces, if he go to war he may get an possibility for living on, because he could overlive the fighting there. My father had died before I was born. My mother married then an US soldier in 1945, who saved us both from dying by hunger. I loved that man as a child his father. He died akso after an medical operation some years ago.

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    He was a madman,...worse today, many of todays kids get him confused with Charlie Chapman, time blurs all, but never industrialized death?
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