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Mein Kampf - Volume 2: Chapter 3, Subjects and Citizens Summary & Analysis

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Volume 2: Chapter 3, Subjects and Citizens Summary and Analysis

This brief three and one-half page chapter contains Hitler's views on citizenship in his ideal state. He begins by saying that in the present state, the terms citizens and foreigners are the only two designations that exist for people. Citizens are those who are either naturally born in the country or those who have been naturalized. Foreigners are defined as citizens of another state. Since most citizenship is determined by the place of birth, race and nationality have nothing to do with citizenship. Naturalization can take place if the immigrant is not a criminal or political subversive and does not present a financial burden to the country. He applies for citizenship, is accepted and receives a letter telling him that he is a German. The authorities pay no attention to the health of...

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