Heart of darkness

Jewish World Review carries a review of the new edition of Hitler’s unreleased 1928 sequel to Mein Kampf, previously unavailable in a reliable English edition. The review is by Professor Omer Bartov of Brown University and originally ran in the New Republic: “Did Hitlerism die with Hitler?”
Professor Bartov writes: “[W]e still do not seem to have learned a simple crucial lesson that Hitler taught us more definitively than anyone else in history: some people, some regimes, some ideologies, some political programs, and, yes, some religious groups, must be taken at their word. Some people mean what they say, and say what they will do, and do what they said.” Don’t miss this one. (Courtesy of Little Green Footballs.)


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