Books: Mein Kampf Illustrated

MY NEW ORDER—Adolf Hitler—Reynal & Hitchcock ($1.89).

This is the greatest mass of rabble-rousing ever compiled—some 100 of Hitler's speeches in one volume—and, in the words of New York Times Critic Charles G. Poore,"the greatest anthology of broken promises." Editor: Franco-American Newspaperman Raoul de Roussy de Sales. Its 987 pages cover the Hitler rhetorical record from an obscure speech in 1922 outlining the seven "most important fundamental principles" of Naziism, which was unnoticed even by the German press, to his proclamation of war against Russia, which was flashed to the whole world.


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