New. Mein Kampf gives an insight into one of the evil geniuses of the last century, Adolf Hitler. His barbarities during his years in power can best be summed up in his own words: "¿ Cruelty impresses, people want to be afraid of something. They want someone to whom they can submit with a shudder, the masses need that. They need something to dread. ¿" His ideals were highly influenced by his teacher, Dr. Leopold Potsch, who taught him German Political History, and by Dr. Jorg Lanz Van Liebenfels, a defrocked monk who founded the Temple of the New Order. Dr. Liebenfels`s theory stated that "the world belonged to the fair skinned and the superior Aryan Race, and all the others belonged to sub-human culture." It is believed that they were the cause of Hitler`s mental derangement. Hitler envisioned himself as the captain throughout Mein Kampf, and this struggle became a leitmotif for his entire existence in his later years. That he actually would bring death to millions of people he probably did not yet imagine in the middle of the 1920s. His bestiality and mental distortion will go down in the annals of history and the survivors of the Holocaust or the common people would fervently wish that history never repeated itself. Printed Pages: 612..
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