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Mein Kampf


Title: Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler

Category: Nonfiction, Memoir

Review: Okay, so I had to read Mein Kampf. Practically every War World II book, especially referring to Hitler, will talk about Mein Kampf. Mein Kampf means ‘My Struggle.’ Just in case you haven’t read any history books related to War World II or Germany’s side in particular.

I think you should only read this if you are interested in getting into the mind of Adolf Hitler and what he though. Adolf Hitler, as most of us know, was a very disturbed man. This is basically an over 600-page, two-volume book of hatred and blame towards everyone else. There is only one thing I agree with Hitler about and that is about national pride. It is perfectly fine to be proud of your nation, but definitely not to the extent that Hitler went.

In the book Hitler talks about Marxists, the Jews (of course), Bolshevists, the government, etc… and basically blames them for the problems of the people. He also heaps a lot of hate on Negroes (he uses the N-word, so be warned) and a little on the Asians.

It’s just a book of hatred all through out. I think the most boring part was Volume II, because all he talks about is National Socialists and their program, but there is a lot hatred and blame in it. He also does a lot of rambling. Like on one section he will start with one question and begin answering it, then go off rambling, then go back to answering the question.

It’s an interesting book. You truly see the mind of a mad man. However, don’t get it unless you truly are ready to see in Hitler’s mind.

Rating: **


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