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Mein Kampf - Volume 2: Chapter 14, Eastern Orientation or Eastern Policy Summary & Analysis

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Volume 2: Chapter 14, Eastern Orientation or Eastern Policy Summary and Analysis

Hitler examines Germany's relationship with Russia in this chapter. He feels that the Russian issue is the most important issue confronting Germany and that the National Socialist movement must correctly assess the issue in order to formulate its own policy and actions. To Hitler, the ablity to feed the nation depends on its soil and that is what must be protected. Thus, Germany must become a world power in order to guarantee its future and Germany is nowhere close to being a world power in the present circumstances.

"The National Socialist movement must strive to eliminate the disproportion between our population and our area—viewing this latter as a source of food as well as a basis for power politics—between our historical past and the hopelessness...

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