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Mein Kampf - Volume 1: Chapter 10, Causes of the Collapse Summary & Analysis

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Volume 1: Chapter 10, Causes of the Collapse Summary and Analysis

Germany is a prosperous nation before the war. When the Reich falls, it falls from dizzying heights accentuated by the post-war situation. The intelligentsia view the situation in economic terms, not in terms of ethnicity and culture. Hitler says this is why Germany cannot recover and it is not just the defeat in the war that causes the problem. Hitler feels the problems begin when the peasants begin to move to the cities and unemployment problems begin. "A grave economic symptom of decay was the slow disappearance of the right of private property, and the gradual transference of the entire economy to the ownership of stock companies," (Volume 1, Chapter 10, p. 235). They serve to cause a separation of the worker and personal property.

Hitler watches the economy move toward Marxism and tries...

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