Hitler's Youth - An Analysis of Mein Kampf

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A critical analysis of Mien Kampf, the doctrine of the NAZI regime in wartime Germany. More
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My life has generally been devoted to the pursuit of technical ambitions, being a graduate of Software Engineering and working for a financial services company as a software developer. However, I have many interests in humanities - history and politics mainly - providing fuel for my creative outlet of writing. I try and integrate equal parts of bleak and almost brutal analysis together with sardonic comedy to produce works that I hope will offer new perspectives and reflect actual social issues in the real world.

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Mary Schmitt reviewed on July 28, 2012
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I haven't read this yet, but I just wanted to say that the wrong word was used. It should be Mein not mien.
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Gary Weston reviewed on July 28, 2012

I always wanted to read Mien Kampf. Not because I subscribe to any of the concepts, quite the opposite. I am opposed to any national feelings of superiority. However, isn't it important to understand why we feel certain things are abhorrent? Through study comes understanding and enlightenment. I am not going to believe every opinion stated in this book, but applaud the attempt to explain the rational of Hitler's thinking. Hitler was born in 1889, and yet here we are in 2012 and there are people who still see him as a figurehead. Why? What is so compelling about the man and his philosophy? Although I hate separatism and racism of any kind, I think any dissection of this ideology helps us with a fundamental insight into the human condition. Lets hate Mien Kampf, but understand why we hate it. I hope there is more to follow.
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