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Mein Kampf - Volume 2: Chapter 6, The Struggle of the Early Period - the Significance of the Spoken Word Summary & Analysis

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Volume 2: Chapter 6, The Struggle of the Early Period - the Significance of the Spoken Word Summary and Analysis

The Party's first great meeting is held in the Festsaal of the Hofbrauhaus on February 24, 1920. These mass meeting are scheduled on a weekly basis. One of the views of the movement are Hitler's views that the World War I peace treaty is basically an attack on Germany. The movement has to be held together during times when its beliefs are being challenged. They notice a unified opposition at their meetings always challenging the same few points. The young movement is besieged by a propaganda campaign against it and within two years Hitler becomes an expert at using this against his opposition.

Hitler emphasizes the peace treaty in his speeches. It is a rallying...

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