Mein Kampf A Fantastic Presentation By Isaac Frondorf and Tommy Willis

Mein Kampf is a book dictated to Rudolf Hess by Adolf Hitler. It was written in 1923 and 1924 while Hitler was in prison after being guilty of treason.

Mein Kampf is a compilation of things that Hitler has "learned" from his childhood up until 1923.

The main point that Hitler was trying to get across with Mein Kampf was that while everyone racially superior to others.

Those who were racially superior were called Aryans. Their features include blonde hair, blue eyes, Germanic culture, white, and male. Hitler thought this because all of the important figures of the art and science world were Aryan.

Those who were racially inferior were known as Untermenschen, which translates to sub-human beings. Those who were considered Untermenschen were Jews, Poles, Czechs, and Russians. Hitler accused them of being sly, dirty and starting an international conspiracy to financially control the world.

Funnily enough, Mein Kampf did not sell well when it was first issued. Germans wanted a juicy autobiography on Hitler or an explanation to the Beer Hall Putsch. However, once he became chancellor of Germany, the book flew off the shelves.


The History Place. Hitlers Book Mein Kampf. The History Place. Web. 2-1-17.


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