Mein Kampf

Author: Adolf Hitler

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9781091673458

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This book is the only available Mein Kampf that has 6x9 (inches) dimensions making it compact and handy. This edition is beautifully illustrated with 25+ Illustrations from different time and settings. This issue/edition of Mein Kampf is the official and most accurate version. Its a complete edition that consist of 2 books Hitler wrote after Beer Hall Putsch.Mein Kampf (German: [maɪ̯n kampf], My Struggle) is a 1925 autobiographical book by Nazi Party leader Adolf Hitler. 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 1925 and Volume 2 in 1926. The book was edited by Hitler's deputy Rudolf Hess.Hitler began Mein Kampf while imprisoned for what he considered to be "political crimes" following his failed Putsch in Munich in November 1923. Although Hitler received many visitors initially, he soon devoted himself entirely to the book. As he continued, Hitler realized that it would have to be a two-volume work, with the first volume scheduled for release in early 1925. The governor of Landsberg noted at the time that "he [Hitler] hopes the book will run into many editions, thus enabling him to fulfill his financial obligations and to defray the expenses incurred at the time of his trial." After slow initial sales, the book was a bestseller in Germany after Hitler's rise to power in 1933.CC-BY-SA Wikipedia & BundesArchive

Mein Kampf Translated

Author: Adolf Hitler

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781535574136

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Mein Kampf This edition is the only German government funded and recognized version of Adolf Hitler's popular Mein Kampf (popularly known as My Struggle in English). James Murphy was invited by the NAZI Propaganda Ministry to translate the book in English so that the NAZI propaganda and vision can be disseminated in the English speaking countries too. This edition has both the volumes and is the James Murphy's original translation that you are viewing right now! Mein Kampf was originally published in two volumes. Adolf Hitler started dictating Mein Kampf to Rudolf Hess when he was imprisoned in Festungshaft against the Beer Hall Putsch, a failed attempt of coup. One of the earliest translation was by James Murphy that received official recognition by the Third Reich. Actually James Murphy's translation was officially funded by the NAZI party ruling in Germany in a time/era which they called The Third Reich. However later when James Murphy isolated himself from NAZI ideology and chanted negative remarks and comments that were against the NAZI party and rule he was told by the NAZI Propaganda ministry to leave German soil immediately. He sent his wife later to Germany so that his original notes can be retaken. He completed his translation with the help of these notes. Initially Hitler was naming his book "Viereinhalb Jahre (des Kampfes) gegen Luge, Dummheit und Feigheit" or in English "Four and a Half Years (of Struggle) Against Lies, Stupidity and Cowardice." However he accepted the suggestion of Mein Kampf by Max Amann who was the publisher of Hitler's book(s). He was so passionate about his thoughts and ideas that he predicted that book will be an instant bestseller and will do for all the expenses of NAZI party in the future. The book was not an instant success as per the records of sales until the year 1931 up to 1933 when Hitler won Chancellorship in Germany. A surge in the sales could be seen thereafter when Hitler already had started distancing himself from his first literary creation, his autobiography, Mein Kampf. He was so submerged and preoccupied with his new status that he started to call it a mistake to write such book that he called "fantasy behind the bars." The tax accrued for Mein Kampf was about 405,500 Reichsmark (About $1.5 Million in 2015) at the time he took up Chancellorship of Germany when his tax debts were written off. By the time he had completed his first year as the chancellor of the Germany Mein Kampf had became an essential component of German social life. People are using the then Legendary book "Mein Kampf" for gifts, homage, education and for whatever, whenever possible. And by the time the WORLD WAR II ended the sales of Mein Kampf in Germany alone was toughing 10 Million mark. The book was running in top selling list for over a decade competing neck to neck and sometimes lagging behind the Bible. Writing a book to disseminate his ideas concerning Nazism or Fascism had been important for Adolf Hitler until he finally reached his goal of Chancellorship. However, when the first book of two volumes, could not help him much in gaining ground in German politics he wrote his next book that was never published. Later in his last years, when the war was about to end, Adolf Hitler ordered his comrades to put the original manuscript in a locker under a shelter for Air Strikes. This book was an extension of NAZI viewpoints, ideas and propaganda. Hitler used his energy to further improve the NAZI ideology and engineer new components and enhance the former ones."

Mein Kampf

Author: Adolf Hitler

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781453643396

Category: Political Science

Page: 438

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THE OFFICIAL NAZI TRANSLATIONMein Kampf, English: My Struggle, (also known as Mein Kampf, My Battle) is a book by Adolf Hitler. It combines elements of autobiography with an exposition of Hitler's political ideology. Volume 1 of Mein Kampf was published in 1925 and Volume 2 in 1926. The book was edited by Jesuit priest Bernard Staempfle who later perished during the Night of the Long Knives.This is the only English translation that was approved by the Third Reich.Mein Kampf remains necessary reading for those who seek to understand the Holocaust, for students of totalitarianism and for all those who care to safeguard democracy.Mein Kampf is a must read for all political science students or anyone with an open and inquisitive mind.

Mein Kampf

Author: Adolf Hitler,James Murphy

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781493542819

Category: History

Page: 828

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The entire unabridged translation of both volumes 1 and 2 plus extras which include Hitler's Last Will. His last letter before he died, a political statement. Marriage certificate. Programme of the NSDAP 24 Feb 1920. Leybold letter on Hitler in prison. Rare Archive copies of original documents and some of Hitler's works of art. Mein Kampf Adolf Hitler, within the space of twelve months from 1923 to 1924, led an attempted revolt, the Beer Hall Putsch, which failed, and was sent to Landsberg Prison where he wrote "Mein Kampf." Adolf Hitler was arrested after the failure of the Beer Hall Putsch. Hitler was charged with treason. Such an offence carried the death penalty in Germany at this time. His trial lasted five weeks and turned Hitler into a national figure. For the first time, he was given a platform on which to make his views widely known to people outside of his party. Hitler's right to defend himself was used as a means of attacking all those he hated - the Jews, communists, socialists and weak politicians who had lost Germany the war; the shameful signing of the Versailles Treaty by weak politicians etc. None of this was new and many right wing parties existed in Germany. However it was the way Hitler presented his ideas that brought him media attention. "History will tear to tatters the verdict of this court," he announced shortly after sentence was passed. Hitler was found guilty of treason - a crime against your country. If he had been a socialist or communist, it is almost certain that he would have received the death sentence. However, many in the court supported his views and he received a prison sentence of 5 years. He was sent to Landsberg Prison near Munich. Here, the man found guilty of treason, had his own furnished cell, his own servant and was allowed into Landsberg itself during the day, returning at night to be locked up. In prison, Hitler decided that any future ventures by the Nazis would have to be legal. Any action outside of the law would not be tolerated. In prison, Hitler became moody and depressed. He put his energy into his book "Mein Kampf" (My Struggle). This book explained to anybody who would read it, his plans for Germany's future. There are also sections on boxing, the growing of roses etc. Many years later, in 1942, Hitler explained to army officers that "Mein Kampf" would never have been written if he had not been sent to prison. Original Archive Images This item contains a letter from Secretary of War Robert P. Patterson to President Harry Truman, the certificate of marriage between Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun, the private will of Adolf Hitler, a letter from Martin Bormann, and the political testament of Adolf Hitler. The private will concerns the distribution of the property of Adolf Hitler. The letter from Martin Bormann, private secretary of Adolf Hitler, is to Admiral Karl Donitz, and it transfers the political testament of Adolf Hitler to the custody of Donitz. The political testament discusses Hitler's political motivations and stresses his reluctance to create war. The political testament also provides for his political succession. Also included are English translations of the marriage certificate, the private will, and the political testament.

Mein Kampf

Author: Adolf Hitler

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781495357145

Category: History

Page: 584

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The only complete, unabridged, and officially authorised English translation ever issued by the Nazi party. Not to be confused with any other version.Translated by a now-unknown English-speaking Nazi party member & printed by the Franz Eher Verlag in Berlin in limited numbers during the years 1937–44.Most were distributed to the camp libraries of English-speaking POW camps, and became known as the “Stalag” editions because of the camp library rubber stamp on the title page.Only a handful of copies survived, and the text contained in this edition has been taken directly from one of these extremely rare editions.This official translation is not to be confused with the “James Murphy” or “Ralph Mannheim” translations, both of which were edited, abridged and ultimately unauthorised. The Murphy and Mannheim editions both left out major sections of text, and contained long, clunky, badly-translated and almost unintelligibly long sentences.Most importantly, this only authorised edition contains the full text of the original German—and none of the deliberately-inserted racial pejoratives used in the Murphy and Mannheim versions (words which Hitler never actually used in the original).Cover illustration: A reproduction of an actual Stalag POW library stamp, which appeared on the original title page of this only authorised translation.Contrary to postwar propaganda, Mein Kampf does not contain a “plan for world domination” and instead consists of a short autobiography, the effect of the First World War upon Germany, a discussion of race and the Jewish Question, the constitutional and social make-up of a future German state, and the early struggles of the NSDAP up to 1923.Volume 1: A ReckoningI: My Home. Autobiographical sketch detailing the writer's youth.II: Learning and Suffering in Vienna. Sojourn as a struggling workman and artist in Vienna.III: Vienna Days—General Reflections. Discussion of the political, social and racial implications of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.IV: Munich. Move to Munich, enlistment into the German army.Chapter V: The World War. Experiences during the war.VI: War Propaganda. Discussion on the effectiveness of Allied War propaganda.VII: The Revolution. Account of the Marxist-led revolution in Germany in 1918.VIII: The Beginning of My Political Activities. Used by German Army to give political lectures.IX: The German Labour Party. Hitler joins the “German Labour Party.”X: Collapse of the Second Reich. Discussion of the reasons for the collapse of Germany in 1918.XI: Nation and Race. Discussion of race, Jews, and Communism.XII: The First Period of Development of the National Socialist German Labour Party. Re-organisation into the “National Socialist German Labour Party.”Volume 2: The National Socialist MovementI: Weltanschauung and Party. Meaning of völkisch, and philosophy of the NSDAP.II: The State. The ordering of the völkisch state.III: Citizens and Subjects of the State. Race at the core of citizenship of the German state.IV: Personality and the Ideal of the Völkisch State. The Leadership principle.V: Weltanschauung and Organisation. NSDAP worldview.VI: The First Phase of Our Struggle—The Significance of the Spoken Word. Early meetings of the NSDAP.VII: The Struggle with the Reds. Violent attacks on the NSDAP by the Communists.VIII: The Strong Are Stronger without Allies. The failure of political alliances.IX: Nature and Organisation of the Storm Troop. Reason for the creation of the Brownshirts.X: The Mask of Federalism. Federalism in Germany as a tool of division.XI: Propaganda and Organisation. Secrets of effective propaganda.XII: The Problem of the Trade-Unions. NSDAP's attitude towards the trade-unions.XIII: The German Policy of Alliances. Required foreign military alliances.XIV: Eastern Bias or Eastern Policy. Why Germany must be taken in the East, not the West.XV: The Right to Self-Defence.Right of Germany to militarily resist invasion.Epilogue.

Mein Kampf

Author: Adolf Hitler

Publisher: Ostara Publications

ISBN: 9781684185979

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Page: 612

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The only complete, unabridged, and officially authorized English translation ever issued, as approved by Hitler and the NSDAP. The Stalag edition was placed in POW "Stalag" camp libraries for English-speaking prisoners to read. It is marked by the complete text and its easy readability, as compared to all the illegal translations.

Mein Kampf: Volume 1 and 2 the Official 1939 Third Reich English Edition

Author: Adolf Hitler,James Murphy

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781505315288

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Page: 828

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The entire unabridged translation of both volumes 1 and 2 plus extras which include Hitler's Last Will and testament. His last letter before he died, a political statement. Marriage certificate. Programme of the NSDAP 24 Feb 1920. Leybold letter on Hitler in prison. Rare Archive copies of original documents and some of Hitler's works of art.Mein Kampf Adolf Hitler, within the space of twelve months from 1923 to 1924, led an attempted revolt, the Beer Hall Putsch, which failed, and was sent to Landsberg Prison where he wrote "Mein Kampf". Adolf Hitler was arrested after the failure of the Beer Hall Putsch. Hitler was charged with treason. Such an offence carried the death penalty in Germany at this time. His trial lasted five weeks and turned Hitler into a national figure. For the first time, he was given a platform on which to make his views widely known to people outside of his party. Hitler's right to defend himself was used as a means of attacking all those he hated - the Jews, communists, socialists and weak politicians who had lost Germany the war; the shameful signing of the Versailles Treaty by weak politicians etc. None of this was new and many right wing parties existed in Germany. However it was the way Hitler presented his ideas that brought him media attention. "History will tear to tatters the verdict of this court", he announced shortly after sentence was passed. Hitler was found guilty of treason - a crime against your country. If he had been a socialist or communist, it is almost certain that he would have received the death sentence. However, many in the court supported his views and he received a prison sentence of 5 years. He was sent to Landsberg Prison near Munich. Here, the man found guilty of treason, had his own furnished cell, his own servant and was allowed into Landsberg itself during the day, returning at night to be locked up. In prison, Hitler decided that any future ventures by the Nazis would have to be legal. Any action outside of the law would not be tolerated. In prison, Hitler became moody and depressed. He put his energy into his book "Mein Kampf" (My Struggle). This book explained to anybody who would read it, his plans for Germany's future. There are also sections on boxing, the growing of roses etc. Many years later, in 1942, Hitler explained to army officers that "Mein Kampf" would never have been written if he had not been sent to prison.Original Archive ImagesThis item contains a letter from Secretary of War Robert P. Patterson to President Harry Truman, the certificate of marriage between Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun, the private will of Adolf Hitler, a letter from Martin Bormann, and the political testament of Adolf Hitler. The private will concerns the distribution of the property of Adolf Hitler. The letter from Martin Bormann, private secretary of Adolf Hitler, is to Admiral Karl D�nitz, and it transfers the political testament of Adolf Hitler to the custody of D�nitz. The political testament discusses Hitler's political motivations and stresses his reluctance to create war. The political testament also provides for his political succession. Also included are English translations of the marriage certificate, the private will, and the political testament.

Mein Kampf - My Struggle

Author: Adolf Hitler

Publisher: Free Thought Books

ISBN: 9781682040041

Category:

Page: 290

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Mein Kampf ("My Struggle") is a political manifesto written by Adolf Hitler. It was his only complete book and became the bible of National Socialism in the German Third Reich. It was published in two volumes, which dated 1925 and 1927. By 1939 it had sold 5,200,000 copies and had been translated into 11 different languages. The first volume, entitled Die Abrechnung ("The Settlement of Accounts," or "Revenge"), was written in 1924 in the Bavarian fortress of Landsberg am Lech. Hitler was imprisoned there after the unsuccessful Beer Hall Putsch of 1923. It describes the world of Hitlers youth, the First World War and the betrayal of Germany in 1918. It also expresses Hitlers Racial ideology. According to Hitler, it was necessary for Germans to occupy themselves not merely with the breeding of cats, dogs and horses - but also care for the health and wellbeing of their own Bloodline. The second volume, entitled Die Nationalsozialistische Bewegung ("The National Socialist Movement"), was written after Hitlers release from prison in December 1924. It outlines the political program of National Socialism and includes the measures that National Socialism must pursue in both gaining power and in exercising it thereafter in the new German Reich. In this book Hitler describes an ideology which according to him must shake the world from its slumber. An ideology which is based on the Eternal Laws of Nature. Here you can notice how the foundations of Social Darwinism have been applied in practice. This book has set a path toward a much higher understanding of the self and of our magnificent destiny as living beings part of this Race on our planet. It shows us that we must not look at nature in terms of good or bad, but in an unfiltered manner. It describes what we must do if we want to survive as a people and as a Race. We have to understand that Nature does not forgive weakness and that the truth and reality is what it is, no matter how bad it may seem or how hard it can portray itself. This book shows the foundations of White Resistance and White Nationalism. It is the foundation and seed for the preservation of our Race. Be advised that this book does not represent the full Racialist ideology, but it is only a foundation as the Origin of Species is a foundation for the Theory of Evolution. James Murphy translation is OFFICIAL NSDAP translation.. NSDAP have paid Murphy to translate Mein Kampf...