My New Order

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My New Order

By Adolf Hitler
Reynal, 1941
1,008 pp. $1.89

This densely-packed volume, intended as a sort of sequel to "Mein Kampf," consists of Hitler's more important utterances, particularly those made since his rise to power. Through all the verbose ranting, the contradictions and the lies there emerges the never-failing motif of the Führer's will to world domination. The book is admirably edited and supplied with appropriate commentary by Raoul de Roussy de Sales, a leading French journalist, for many years resident in the United States.

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