Review of Mein Kampf (part one)

As the granddaughter of a Holocaust survivor, I know how important it is to study the Holocaust. Part of that education is visiting the United States Holocaust Museum, requesting records from Yad Vashem on my grandfather, and hopefully one day vising Auschwitz and Buchenwald where my family was interned and killed.

Another portion of Holocaust education shifts focus from what was taken from me and so many other Jewish families, to studying the evil texts that started it all. This is why I am sharing this book study on Mein Kampf. It is part of my promise never to forget and to bear witness to the genocide that took place not so long ago.

This review covers pages 1-93 in the Mariner Books edition.

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