Mein Kampf

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The Nazi racist ideas were clear as early as 1925 when Hitler recorded his ravings in Mein Kampf (My Struggle)


In Mein Kampf, Hitler maintained that the Jews were everywhere, controlled everything and acted secretly behind the scenes to harm the people of Germany. He said that German Jews were different from and inferior to German Christians and referred to physical differences between the blond haired, blue-eyed "Aryans" and the dark-haired, swarthy Jews.  There was no scientific truth in his assertions, but that did not stop him from repeating them often. Other groups such as the "Gypsies" and Africans were also inferior according to Hitler.  He played on fears that Germans would one day be outnumbered by the "inferior peoples."


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