CZECHO-SLOVAKIA: According to Hitler


When we talk of new lands in Europe, we are bound to think first of Russia and her border states.

Thus runs a significant passage in Mein Kampf, Germany's Gospel-According-to-Hitler, which, written in jail in 1924, has called every turn on European history since 1932.

The new lands of which Hitler thinks most are those rich agricultural and mining areas in Russia, Poland and Rumania peopled by Ukrainians. Rather than pick up these areas one by one in battle or by bluff, the Nazis would be better served if they could incite the Polish,...

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