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Mein Kampf Themes

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One of the most prevalent themes of the book is Hitler's hatred of the Jews. He never explains where this hatred cacomesme from but he tries to use historical facts to support his views. The Jews do not have a country and in his eyes, they do not really want a country. They just want an international organization. Hitler hates their control of the press and their use of propaganda. He criticizes them for being landowners who never work the land.

He spends time explaining how a high level species is brought down by mixing blood with lower level species. This basically explains his views on intermarriage and racial mixing. Even though the Jews present themselves as Germans or Frenchmen with a different religion, Hitler claims they are a race.

Hitler points out that a successful leader has one foe or lumps all of his foes into one...

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