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Publisher's Summary

This famous essay/work now has an all-new translation for American readers and listeners, with introductions by both the translator and editor. They discuss the influence of the title for the past several decades and how it affects the world today.

©2015 Stephen R. Pastore (P)2016 Stephen R. Pastore

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okay

worth reading once.. hitler is quite a talent when it comes to convincing.
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  • 04-03-17

Great Performance

Mien Kampf is a book I had studied in my 20s and, since the hysteria following Trump's election with everyone getting called "Literally Hitler", I thought I would revisit it. I am glad I did. I didn't understand it as a 20 year old, however since I had read it I thought I had. As a work of Literature it is what it is. It is a glimpse into history. What really impressed me was the matter of fact narrative style Jack Wynters brings to it. It is perfect. The temptation to insert one's self into the performance was there. Jack didn't. It is a very professional read.