I heard he was working on that very thing during the Spring of '45, but the OKW kept interrupting him with something about the Ostfront, and Remagen. I'm not positive that the draft was complete...Rolf Steiner wrote: Hate to think what the sequel was like.
Saw an original signed copy in Toronto in 85.Little fraulein from a small town near Kitchener had one that her grandmother gave her.haen2 wrote:At the time, we all got a "free" copy of Mein Kampf, ( which a few days later was deducted from our soldierpay )
It also was naturally required reading, but luckily i got my hands on a booklet of the most famous (or infamous?) quotes, something like the "notes" our highschool kids can buy about classics.
I honestly tried to read the real one, but found it "boooooooooring".
After I came to the U.S. i even bought an English translation ,just for the halibut. It was worse than the original
Oh well, I think it ended up in the donation pile of books to the Goodwill.
As far as the "Arizona shooter" goes, this thing will be milked to the last drop. Our anti gun nazis will have a ball.
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