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Adolf Hitler Publishes First Volume of Mein Kampf (1925) Options
Daemon
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Adolf Hitler Publishes First Volume of Mein Kampf (1925)

Hitler dictated his manifesto, whose title means "my struggle," while serving a prison term for treason. The book, filled with anti-Semitic outpourings, political ideology, and strategy for world domination, became the bible of National Socialism. By the end of WWII, about 10 million copies of the book had been sold or distributed in Germany—owing much to the fact that every newlywed couple and every soldier at the battlefront received a free copy. Where is it illegal to sell copies of the book? More...
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On a photo-stream on Twitter, hours after the deserved victory of the German football/ soccer team at the FIFA World Cup, I saw that the swastika sign (the emblem of the nazis during World War II) was bluntly placed between the other photos of celebrating people, at least twice. I mention this because I want to protest against those who put that dreadful emblem there. Very bad taste. That is all I have to say about what I saw.
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I wonder if we will ever have definitive proof that he escaped to Argentina.
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The world would have been spared the unspeakable and indescribable suffering of World War II if he had been executed in the 1920's.
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The swastika sign is used in both Buddhism and Hinduism.
Alexander Lo
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MechPebbles wrote:
The swastika sign is used in both Buddhism and Hinduism.


The swastika is in opposite direction vs the Buddhism's sign.
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Bryn Kinnaird wrote:
I wonder if we will ever have definitive proof that he escaped to Argentina.


You are joking, right?
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