My Struggle – The Early Years

The first few chapters of Mein Kampf have been brought to life and made more accessible, with compelling graphics and English narration.

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More real color photos. Top, aboard the KDF vessel ‘Robert Ley’ and below Hitler in Munich’s Führerbau, near the Königsplatz. The building is still there and you can walk or sit in this room today. This is early 1939.

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Funk, Goebbels, Hitler and Ley attend the opera in 1939. Max and Heinrich Hoffmann stand behind.

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The Racial Question and World Propaganda

by Dr. Joseph Goebbels

The National-Socialist revolution is a typical German product. Its scale and historical significance can only be compared with other great events in human history.

It would be false and misleading to compare this revolution to other transformations in recent European history. True, it shares their impulses, their energy, and perhaps even their methods, with some exceptions. But its foundations, causes, and therefore results are entirely different. It could not have happened without the war and the November Revolt, at least in its speed and power.

The Versailles treaty of non-peace stood in its way. Poverty, unemployment, desperation, and decay accompanied it through all its ups and downs. An over-refined democratic parliamentarianism that today seems almost grotesque found its last and highest expression. It provided the stage on which National-Socialism rose to power. We told our opposition often enough that although we were using its weapons and rules for our purposes, we had nothing intellectually or politically in common with them. To the contrary, our goal was use these means to put and end to them and their methods, to finally eliminate their theories and policies. Both in theory and practice, National-Socialism opposes liberalism.

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Source: The Racial Question and World Propaganda

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