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German Nationalism & Adolf Hitler’s Life: Mein Kampf

“I dedicate the first volume of this work to them as a common memorial, that the memory of those martyrs (who) may be a permanent source of light for the followers of our Movement.”
– Adolf Hitler in Mein Kampf

“Mein Kampf”, an autobiography, dedicated to the martyrs that died in front of the Feldhernhalle in 9th 1923, their common burial was refused by national officials. Hitler wrote Mein Kampf in his nine months imprisonment, afterwards published in English by name “My struggle”. His development as a true patriot, spokesman demanding for Germany’s independence was mentioned in his two volumes.

Hitler’s assumptions in Mein Kampf:

Hitler assumed that Germany was superior to all human culture in art, science and technical skills. Hitler described it an ‘Aryan race’ with creative power to control over the world. He desired to dominate the world just as the British Emperor’s ruled over a quarter of the world. He was haunted by three aims that were to promote pure German Race, secondly conspiracy theory about Jews and thirdly strive for Germans’ victory over the Russians’.

His true Love for Painting and Music:

Hitler was a painter, earned a living by selling his paintings in early childhood and once dreamt to become an artist. He had a hobby of drawing Disney characters during World War II. We can analyze Adolf Hitler and the National Socialist Party in ‘The Hitler Historical Museum’ where his oil paintings – paintings of great old buildings, floral arrangement, sketches of dogs are amazing. His more than nineteen watercolors and two sketches were auctioned in Britain two years ago for a total of £118,000. His architectural ideas were found in Brown House in Munich and he loved the museums in Berlin. His Nazi group developed canals and airways, along with highways and railroads. Although habituated of spiritual loneliness, Hitler explored life’s entertainment like taking tea in the afternoon with common men.

Regardless of his hatred for Jews, Hitler couldn’t resist adding their music and paintings in his collection. Although it’s a controversial issue for historians; many of them point out Hitler’s interest in promoting Wagner and racially pure German music.

Nazism:

Nazism, the superiority of white German over the democrats was established after recession in First World War. It flourished in hands of a dictator Adolf Hitler in 1930s. Italy’s Fascism supported Nazism because of its appeal of socialism, hatred of Jews, revolt against Communism and desire to get back their loss from Western countries. Hitler followed the conspiracy of Ford represented in ‘The International Jew’ that Jews humiliated Germans. As Hitler said, “And so I believe to-day that my conduct is in accordance with the will of the Almighty Creator. In standing guard against the Jew I am defending the handiwork of the Lord.”

His foreign policies:

  • England: No future deal with England as it would restrict Germany fighting spontaneously in the East and West.
  • Third Reich or Nazism: The official name of the Nazism is “National Socialist German Workers’ Party” bloomed from 1933 to 1945 with several ideas and hatred about Jews established from social needs towards political dominance after Hitler’s joining in 1921. In 1933 he became the Chancellor of Germany.
  • Relation with Soviet Russia: Nazi Germany made a pact of military cooperation with Soviet Russia. Germany tried to hide their product and stored weapons. It was based on the negotiation that Soviet would train German army technically while Germany would provide polished military information to them. This pact broke out in 1941 as Germany’s Eastern Front invaded Soviet Russia and moved on for Second World War.

Adolf Hitler’s ideas about racism brought unhealthy competition among all European countries lead to chaos of Second World War (1939 to 1945). Despite great disagreement about the ideology of Nazism, Mein Kampf became a universal book of political affairs.

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