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Mein Kampf - Volume 1: Chapter 3, General Political Considerations Based on My Vienna Period Summary & Analysis

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Volume 1: Chapter 3, General Political Considerations Based on My Vienna Period Summary and Analysis

This chapter concentrates on Hitler's years in Vienna and in the philosophies he forms there. Hitler believes that a man should not take part in politics publicly before he is thirty. Up until this time, he is learning and formulating his own views. Hitler will only speak of his views in small groups. He views this as a form of training. The Austrian state is basically being controlled by the Germans with a few Hungarians and there is no cell of power holding everything together. Austria differs internally from Bismarck Germany. Germany has a common cultural foundation, but Austria does not. There are too many splinter groups in Austria to form a Reich. This leads to the formation of states by the splinter...

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