Meri Jadojehad: Adolf Hitler

Meri Jadojehad: Adolf Hitler

Meri Jadojehad: Adolf Hitler

By: Adolf Hitler


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Jan, 01 2017
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Hard Back
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In Germany, 70 years after the author's death, the copyright of the book expires and everyone has the right to publish it. Adolf Hitler committed suicide in 1945, thus ending the copyright ban on his autobiography, Mein Kampf, at the end of 2015. Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf is Germany's most controversial book, which has been banned for almost 70 years. It was banned from sale in German bookshops, but the book has set new sales records on the Internet. Hitler was imprisoned in the castle of Landsberg, where he wrote the book in 1924, after attempting to overthrow the then government in November 1923. In it, he expressed his political views as well as a detailed outline of his future plans. Being a staunch anti-Semitic enemy, Hitler supported this ideology of 'racial discrimination' and many It became extremely popular in right-wing nationalist circles in European countries. Under this theory, Hitler called the German nation the "highest Aryan race" and said of the Jews that they had "played a devastating role in the history of humanity." The book also explains Nazi political philosophy and its plan to make Germany the greatest by occupying neighboring territories. Moreover, Hitler also gave early hints of plans to conquer the world. In the beginning, the democratic parties did not take this book seriously. The first edition was published in July 1925 and the second in December 1926. By the fall of 1944, the book had published 12.4 million copies in Germany. (Amr Shahid) 4 million had been published. (Amr Shahid) 4 million had been published. (Amr Shahid) 4 million had been published. (Amr Shahid) 4 million had been published. (Amr Shahid) 4 million had been published. (Amr Shahid) 4 million had been published. (Amr Shahid)
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Adolf Hitler's autobiography "My Struggle" (Urdu) for the
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