Mein-kampf



[mahyn kahmpf] /maɪn ˈkɑmpf/

noun
1.
the autobiography (1925–27) of Adolf Hitler, setting forth his political philosophy and his plan for German conquest.
Mein Kampf [(meyen kahmpf) (1925)]

An autobiography written by Adolf Hitler. In it, Hitler outlines his plan for the revival of Germany from the losses of World War I and blames Germany’s problems on capitalists (see capitalism), communists, and Jews.

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