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Mein Kampf - Volume 1: Chapter 9, The 'German Workers' Party' Summary & Analysis

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Volume 1: Chapter 9, The 'German Workers' Party' Summary and Analysis

The German army sends Hitler to the lecture by Feder to see what the German Workers' Party is and what actions it is planning. He is sent to see what is happening and then to report on it. The army is watchful of political parties after the revolution that topples the House of Hollenzollern. The soldiers now have the right to engage in political activity and it is not again suppressed until they begin to turn away from the revolution. Hitler attends the lecture he is assigned to cover and finds twenty to twenty-five people there.

His impression of the German Workers' Party is that it is just another party that forms out of dissatisfaction with other parties. During the discussion, Hitler gives his views about Germany-Austria joining Bavaria. Hitler takes...

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