What Mein Kampf Means to America

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What Mein Kampf Means to America

By Francis Hackett
Reynal, 1941
288 pp. $2.00

A well-known writer and author of popular biographies reads Hitler's masterpiece of turgid prose and decides that all Americans, especially those who think their country has nothing to fear from Nazi Germany, would profit by doing likewise. A useful interpretation and guide.

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