The Essential Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler – edited by Thomas Dalton

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A new English translation of the classic work by Adolf Hitler. This edition brings together the best, timeliest, and most interesting passages from the original two-volume work. It includes a detailed Introduction, section headings, helpful footnotes, bibliography, and a useful index.

Mein Kampf is the autobiography and articulated worldview of one of the most consequential leaders in world history. It is also one of the most maligned and least understood texts of the 20th century. A major problem in the Anglophone world has been the poor state of English translations. The new Dalton translation is clear, lucid, and highly readable–and yet true to the original. Unlike every other edition, this version has authentic section headings embedded in the text, which serve to both organize Hitler’s ideas and to parse long sections of text into manageable units. Finally, this edition edits out the long tangents and ancillary comments that would only be of interest to academic historians.

The Essential Mein Kampf captures the ‘best of the best, ‘ and presents it in modern, highly-readable English. A truly compelling read, as relevant today as when it was written

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Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 1 in

1 review for The Essential Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler – edited by Thomas Dalton

  1. L.B. Blakeney

    A book for every racially aware White nationalist. I didn’t really notice before I got it delivered the wonderful swastikas on the well designed cover.
    I am only on the introduction so far, and skimming the index, but this is a great book. I am so grateful for the English translation.
    From what I’ve looked at so far, it would seem that I share some of the same insights as Adolf Hitler.
    This helps to deprogram some of the false narratives from world history class and even a Twilight Zone episode portraying him as a sadistic monster.
    Anti Semitic, yes, and for the same reasons that I have become in recent years as my eyes have been opened to the jewish question. This book will give me more insight into that and their sneaky ways.

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