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Thread: Uproar Over First German Post-War Edition of 'Mein Kampf'

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    I recently discovered that there was an illustrated version of Mein Kampf out there, with over 200 photos

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/MEIN-KAMPF-H...8890486&sr=8-1

    Here's one that turned up on eBay recently (showing some of the contents) ...

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2808029109...9#ht_500wt_949

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godwinson View Post
    Okay, here's mine ...


    I'm using a new image hoster and am not sure how to put the full-sized version on here at present However, I think you can enlarge the one above by clicking on it.
    For the perfect "Nazi-lifestyle" you may appreciate this bonus collection to MK if you buy three or more copies (for friends etc).

    From bottom left:

    1x Booklet "Der Führer spricht"
    1x Sticker " 1933 III.Reich"
    1x Swastika Christmas tree topper
    1x Cardgame "Führer Quartett"
    1x Box 10 pieces cigars brand "Reichskanzler"


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sven View Post
    That's mine, 1940 Version "Tornisterausgabe". It takes some time to get used to the font but the quality is excellent.

    Attachment 110306Attachment 110307Attachment 110308
    That's a nice edition - the soldiers edition I'm guessing? oh yes Tornisterausgabe!!!

    “unless they know, mystically, that beneath the concrete lies the earth which has nourished their race for a thousand years and ... that it is their own earth from which their blood is shed and renewed, then they are a lost people, and easy prey for those who have lacked roots for many centuries"
    A. K. Chesterton

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    A picture I took of a 1938 edition in the "Ideology and Terror of the SS" museum exibit of Wewelsburg castle (located in the old SS guard house of the castle grounds). It seems to be very similar to Thorbrand's, although its not a special edition.

    I first read MK in my first year at University, It was an English "My Struggle" edition published sometime in the 1930's in England, I borrowed it from the University library and there were also two versions in Dutch and German that seemed to date from the same period. That's all I can remember about that edition although it had no foreword/introduction by some libtard or money grubbing/emotional blackmailing jew, it did have a striking black cover with the font and a good rendition of the Reichsadler in gold though...

    I've since downloaded .html versions of the Jubiläumsausgabe and one in English made from an unknown edition, I also have the first book "A Reckoning"/Eine Abrechnung as a audio book in English (on MP3, read from an unknown edition), the guy who recites it is quite good, I've searched for the second book in this format but to no avail. My brother bought a modern MK edition in the 2 book format from a popular bookstore in SA, it had a foreword/introduction by some libtard, like most will inevitably have in these times...

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