Mein Kampf is an autobiography and political manifesto of Adolf Hitler, written in prison and published in 1925. The book chronicles Hitler's developing political ideas, his nationalism and anti-semitism. Hitler tells of his original tolerance of Jews while he lived in Vienna and how he gradually grew to hate Jews, Communists and the conditions of Germany under the Weimar Republic. Hitler outlines his aspirations for Germany's historic destiny and eventual expansionism.

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