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Mein Kampf - Volume 1: Chapter 7, The Revolution Summary & Analysis

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Volume 1: Chapter 7, The Revolution Summary and Analysis

The year 1915 marks the beginning of the Allied propaganda in Germany. It intensifies in the following years and is very effective by 1918. The Germans try to counter it but fail. Hitler is incensed at the situation and keeps thinking how different it would be if he were running the propaganda effort. Leaflets are being dropped telling the Germans how miserable their situation is and how badly the war is going for them. The leaflets are dropped into the trenches so the soldiers will read them. The emphasis of the propaganda is directed at Bavaria and that Prussia is responsible for the war and there is no help for Bavaria as long as Bavaria supports Prussia. Eventually the troop's attitude toward Prussia and Bavaria changes. From 1916 on, the propaganda is very successful.

In 1916, Hitler's division is...

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