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About the AuthorAdolf Hitler (20 April 1889 – 30 April 1945) Was A German Politician Who Was The Leader Of The Nazi Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei; Nsdap), Chancellor Of Germany From 1933 To 1945, And Führer ("Leader") Of Nazi Germany From 1934 To 1945. As Dictator Of Nazi Germany, He Initiated World War Ii In Europe With The Invasion Of Poland In September 1939 And Was A Central Figure Of The Holocaust. Born Into A German-Speaking Austrian Family And Raised Near Linz, Hitler Moved To Germany In 1913 And Was Decorated During His Service In The German Army In World War I. He Joined The Precursor Of The Nsdap, The German Workers' Party, In 1919 And Became Leader Of The Nsdap In 1921. In 1923, He Attempted A Coup In Munich To Seize Power. The Failed Coup Resulted In Hitler's Imprisonment, During Which Time He Dictated The First Volume Of His Autobiography And Political Manifesto Mein Kampf ("My Struggle"). After His Release In 1924, Hitler Gained Popular Support By Attacking The Treaty Of Versailles And Promoting Pan-Germanism, Anti-Semitism, And Anti-Communism With Charismatic Oratory And Nazi Propaganda. Hitler Frequently Denounced International Capitalism And Communism As Being Part Of A Jewish Conspiracy.
Author 1Adolf Hitler
Editorial Review"For Years, Mein Kampf Stood As Proof Of The Blindness And Complacency Of The World. In Its Pages Hitler Announced--Long Before He Came To Power--A Program Of Blood And Terror In A Self-Revelation Of Such Overwhelming Frankness That Few Had The Courage To Believe It...That Such A Man Could Go So Far Toward Realizing His Ambitions--That Is A Phenomenon The World Will Ponder For Centuries To Come." -- Konrad Heiden, Author Of Der Fuhrer: Hitler's Rise To Power
Number of Pages704
Publication Date1992
PublisherPimlico (Rand)