As I read this book, I kept thinking about another book I reviewed a couple of years ago called Ordinary Men by Christopher Browning. If you haven’t read it, I would recommend it to you only if you aren’t afraid of being subjected to the absolute worst of what it means to be a member of the human race; and only if you aren’t afraid of being subjected to knowledge about the evil that ordinary people are capable of perpetrating on other human beings. Mein Kampf lays the groundwork for the ideology that made that all possible.
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