Mein Kampf

Author: Adolf Hitler

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780984536139

Category: Germany

Page: 560

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"A new and easy to understand translation; the first modern, truly complete and uncensored edition in over 65 years and the first translation available in an English language audio format."

Mein Kampf

Author: Adolf Hitler

Publisher: Elite Minds Incorporated

ISBN: 9780984158423

Category: Germany

Page: 560

View: 4577


For the first time in 65 years, a modern, easy-to-understand, truly complete and uncensored edition of "Mein Kampf" has been released which reveals more than any past translation. Older translations altered passages, omitted passages, mistranslated Hitler's words, made some parts more sensational while concealing the true meaning in other parts of the book.

The Holocaust, Fascism and Memory

Author: D. Stone

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1137029536

Category: History

Page: 250

View: 1910


From interpretations of the Holocaust to fascist thought and anti-fascists' responses, this book tackles topics which are rarely studied in conjunction. This is a unique collection of essays on a wide variety of subjects, which contributes to understanding the roots and consequences of mid-twentieth-century Europe's great catastrophe.

Reporting on Hitler

Author: Will Wainewright

Publisher: Biteback Publishing

ISBN: 178590213X

Category: History

Page: 352

View: 2356


Allegedly the only man capable of holding the Führer's intense gaze, Rothay Reynolds was a leading foreign correspondent between the wars and ran the Daily Mail's bureau in Berlin throughout the 1920s and 1930s. The enigmatic former clergyman was one of the first journalists to interview Adolf Hitler, meeting the future Führer days before the Munich Putsch. While the awful realities of the Third Reich were becoming apparent on the ground in Germany, in Britain the Daily Mail continued to support the Nazi regime. Reynolds's time as a foreign correspondent in Nazi Germany provides some startling insights into the muzzling of the international press prior to the Second World War, as journalists walked uneasy tightropes between their employers' politics and their own journalistic integrity. As war approached, the stakes - and the threats from the Gestapo - rose dramatically. Reporting on Hitler reveals the gripping story of Rothay Reynolds and the intrepid foreign correspondents who reported on some of the twentieth century's most momentous events in the face of sinister propaganda, brazen censorship and the threat of expulsion - or worse - if they didn't toe the Nazis' line. It uncovers the bravery of the forgotten heroes from a golden age of British journalism, who risked everything to tell the world the truth.

U.S.A.

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: United States

Page: N.A

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