Hitler's Second Book: The Unpublished Sequel to Mein Kampf

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Enigma Books, 1. okt 2006 - 288 pages
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"Provides a valuable insight into the development of ideas that were to shape Hitler’s foreign policy after 1933."—Jeremy Noakes, The Times Literary Supplement

“The text bears all of Hitler’s hallmarks, along with a terrifying, sustained belief in war and violence as a means to ensure that Germany would flourish.”—Publishers Weekly

“He envisaged the German people becoming involved in a series of wars for Lebensraum culminating in an epic battle against America.”—Michael Smith, Daily Telegraph

“The Second Book is in many ways more important than Mein Kampf.”—Guardian

“I have never known anyone to say this is a forged document.”—Volker Berghahn, The New York Times

“Hitler admires the ‘young, racially select’ American people and the nation’s restrictive immigration policies at the time.”—The New York Times

“Far more than Mein Kampf, the Second Book establishes the grandiose scale of Hitler’s ambitions.”—Dennis Showalter, Colorado College

“More clearly than ever, Hitler sketched out the worldwide struggle against the Jews which he and his party had to lead.”—Richard Overy, Guardian

Hitler’s Second Book is the first complete and annotated edition of the manuscript Hitler dictated shortly before his rise to power four year after publishing Mein Kampf. It contains a catalog of shocking policy statements and previously undisclosed plans of world conquest at the core of Nazi ideology that Hitler concluded were too provocative for publication.

 

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Weinberg (A World at Arms) is a respected historian of the Nazi period who discovered the original text of this book, dictated in 1928 but never published, in the captured German archives now housed ... Read full review

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Introduction
Editorial Method
Chapter I War and Peace in the Struggle for Survival
Chapter IV ForeignPolicy
Chapter VI From the Unification of the Reich to a Policy of Space
Chapter VIIIThe Necessity of Military PowerThe Borders of 1914Notthe
Chapter IX Neither Border PoliciesNor Economic Policies
Chapter XNo Neutrality
NoAlliance with Russia
AppendixI
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Dr. Gerhard L. Weinberg was born in Germany and came to the U.S. in 1940. After serving in the U.S. Army, he received his Ph.D. in history from the University of Chicago. He was one of the scholars to work on German documents captured in 1945.

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