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Mein Kampf Scanned PDF – English Unexpurgated 1939




Mein Kampf (English translation: My Struggle), Adolf Hitler’s autobiography and National Socialist manifesto. The first volume of which, written in 1924 in Landsberg prison, was published in 1925. The second volume, written in 1925, was published in 1926.

The copyright of Mein Kampf in Europe is claimed by the Free State of Bavaria and will expire in 2015. Reproductions in Germany are authorized only for scholarly purposes and in heavily commented form. The situation is however unclear; Werner Maser comments that intellectual property cannot be confiscated and so, it still would lie in the hands of Hitler’s nephew, who, however, does not want to have anything to do with Hitler’s legacy. This situation led to contested trials in Poland and Sweden. Mein Kampf, however, is published in the U.S., as well as in other countries such as Turkey and Israel, by publishers with various political positions.

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8 Comments on Mein Kampf Scanned PDF – English Unexpurgated 1939

  1. Thanks for having this so handy love. I enjoy your site, very informative.

  2. Thank you very much for providing a scanned version of this book! You have provided me with good reading material. I cannot afford to buy the physical book…so I am grateful for the resources that you provide here.

  3. invisible empire // 29 October, 2013 at 10:11 pm // Reply

    I’m sure the Jews will lay claim to the book rights and have no problem collecting the royalties from it – not to mention their ultimate goal of finally destroying all vestiges of it.

  4. Saviour's Advocate // 9 November, 2013 at 1:47 pm // Reply

    If I could touch the world by giving everyone a particular book to read!! That book would be Gold In The Furnace – by Savitri Devi. Read it n weap!

    • Thanks for the mention of this book I am adding it today again thank you one I have personally not read yet. I still have a large amount of other books to post but just settling in at new host and working on backend optimizing it.

  5. I’ve only read 80 pages, and I have gained a vast amount of knowledge. This literature makes me see Adolf from a different perspective in a different light when compared to the history teachings of American schools. His understanding of that time’s political world is astounding.

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