Mein Kampf Written By: Adolf Hitler By:Michael Benson & Kadeja Nix
Adolf HitlerHitler was born on April 20th, 1889. He was a war veteran in World War 1, and blamed the loss on the politicians and the Jewish people. He was eventually found guilty of being a part of the Beer Hall Putsch, and was sentenced five years in prison. While his time in prison he wrote a book and published it once he was released. The book was titled Mein Kampf which means My Struggles. He did go through a lot while his time within prison and it’s all in his book Mein Kampf.
Hitler in PrisonWhile in prison Hitler read a lot of books and learned the proper way to read and right so he could start writing his own books. He was very influenced by Henry Ford, the car manufacturer. He read his autobiography My Life and Work, and his book The International Jew. Hitler and Ford both accused the Jews for having a conspiracy to take over the world. It actually wasn’t Hitler’s idea to write his autobiography, it was his managers idea (Max Amnan). Hitler wasn’t very keen on the idea at first seeing as how he hadn’t quite got down the whole writing concept yet. However, Hitler did eventually agree to write his autobiography, jus to get out his views on everything that has happened during the war and how he felt about the loss and who he blamed for the loss.
Mein Kampf• This book is a very educational and very opinionated novel written by Adolf Hitler. It took a lot to make this book happen for Hitler, but Hitler worked hard as well as so many others to get it done for him. The translation for this book is My Struggles. In this novel Hitler really focused on how the loss of the war was the politicians and the Jew’s fault. He also talked about his personnel life while serving in the military, and talked about how it affected him in his life at home. He states