Mein Kampf


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Mein Kampf

Adolf Hitler’s autobiography, including his theories on treatment of the Jews. [Ger. Hist.: Mein Kampf]
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Katz hadn't even arrived at his Houston office on Monday morning when, scanning the headlines in Israeli media, he learned that Adolf Hitler's infamous manifesto Mein Kampf is permitted in Texas prisons.
Un signo de la velocidad de los acontecimientos es que la edicion no censurada de Mein Kampf de Hurst y Blackett, publicada hace solo un ano, sea editada desde un angulo favorable a Hitler.
In the year since the exclusive copyright on Mein Kampf endeda year in which nativist, anti-immigrant ideas gained political footing in Europethe publisher that won the rights to reprint an annotated version of Hitler's racist manifesto has announced that sales were overwhelming, selling out six print runs.
Historian Thomas Weber unearthed a biography of Hitler hidden away in South African archives, written by the dictator himself - long before he penned the infamous book Mein Kampf.
1925: Mein Kampf (My Struggle), which Adolf Hitler wrote while in jail, was published.
3) Then came Adolf Hitler and his anti-Versailles, anti-Weimar, anti-Communist, and antiSemitism autobiography Mein Kampf.
Originally published in two volumes in 1925 and 1927, Mein Kampf sold 12 million copies between 1933 and 1945.
The copyright of Mein Kampf just expired, allowing Adolf Hitler's hate-filled manifesto to be published in Germany for the first time in 70 years.
La primera vez que Mein Kampf se posiciono como bestseller en Alemania fue en los anos anteriores a la Segunda Guerra Mundial, cuando Hitler se instalo como canciller del Reich a inicios de 1933 y las ventas de este libro, cuya lectura era obligada en escuelas y hogares afines al regimen, (1) se dispararon; a finales de la Gran Guerra, se habian vendido cerca de doce millones de copias en todo el mundo y la obra habia sido traducida a casi una veintena de idiomas.
ME[pounds sterling]NyH (CyHAN)- Copies of Hitler's Mein Kampf have returned to the bookstores in Germany as of Friday for the first time after 70 years as the copyright has expired.
One chapter is devoted to excerpts from Mein Kampf and HitlerEs Table Talk.
The evil dictator and author of Mein Kampf falsified his returns and pretended to live on a modest income while stashing cash in secret bank accounts.