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Mein Kampf - Volume 2: Chapter 7, The Struggle with the Red Front Summary & Analysis

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Volume 2: Chapter 7, The Struggle with the Red Front Summary and Analysis

Hitler attends some of the bourgeois meetings in the 1919-1921 period. They always follow a certain structure. There is always a speech after which the attendees sing the Deutschland song. After that the attendees head for the nearest bars. Hitler's movement uses red posters at their meetings to irritate the Marxists. Their meetings are crowded with workers who would arrive early.

Hitler trains guards—a monitor service. He believes in fighting terror with terror. The monitor service is to deal with people who disrupt the meetings. Their meetings are always successful and crowded, so crowded that the police have to turn people away. At this point there is no party insignia or flag and Hitler knows that they need them to provide a common bond for...

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