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Mein Kampf - Volume 1: Chapter 2, Years of Study and Suffering in Vienna Summary & Analysis

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Volume 1: Chapter 2, Years of Study and Suffering in Vienna Summary and Analysis

Hitler travels to Vienna to take the entrance exams at the Academy so he can study art. The Academy rejects him because his talent is more suited for architecture. He cannot enroll in architectural school because he does not have the proper academic background and in his present condition he has no way of obtaining it. He ends up moving to Vienna where he stays for several years. During this period Hitler becomes aware of the existence of Marxism and Jewry. He considers both of these to be important to the existence of the German people.

Hitler does not have fond memories of the years he spends in Vienna, just memories of hard work and misery. He forms many of his views and values at...

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