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DateCharacter Analysis of Adolph Hitler
We found the question rather tricky since this book has no characters, but in order to be able to complete it, we should analyze the Hitler’s character, who is the book spokesman. We know and understand the importance of Hitler to the word history, and will not intend to do a two-page analysis of a character of such an importance in the world. However, we will try to link the Hitler in the book, with the real Hitler.
CHARACTER ANALYSIS
Describe the Character. Reading Mein Kampf, is in many ways similar to listen to Hitler speak about his youth, his early days in the Nazi party. In the book, he speaks about his plans for Germany and describes his ideas about ideas; race; and politics. Fearing to say something obvious; in his book, Hitler considers that there is a superior race, the Aryan race, who is superior to the others, and the other races are lesser, and the Aryans feel themselves obligated to do the best and destroy those who opposed them. This signals us the real nature of Hitler, a leader that although charismatic, was a deranged man. Hitler was an aggressive man that despite his many failures became one of the most powerful men in the world, a sign of demagogy, and a tyrant.
Discuss its importance to the novel. Once again, without Hitler, the novel would have not been written. In the same way, it is important to note that Mein Kampf did not enjoy many literary successes. The novel was dull, and its aggressive politic overtones were mostly ignored in 1925 when the book was released.

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The book was so unimportant that the authorities did not even deigned to censor it. It was only after 1930, when Hitler won the elections, that the book become important. As we can say, if Hitler would not have won the elections, the book would have gone to oblivion. Many critics have tried to find something autobiographical in the book but have failed, although Hitler describes his youth, it is done in an embellished tone, to motivate the people. In the book, those who try to find something that refers to the inner life of Hitler, will be disappointed, all they will find is keys of what Hitler considers will be the futurewold, under Aryan domination.
Discuss what the character may be representative of the novel. The character or Hitler himself represents the worst qualities a man can have. Despite his military or political success, his further actions made him a despicable man, who did not think of anyone but himself. He was a skillful politician, a man capable of inflaming his country’s ideals and send them to a war where millions died, and a whole civilization was about to be utter destroyed. In the same light, Hitler’s book and, and his racial attitudes toward the rest of the world, provide further evidence about the man he was going to become. Likewise, the book provides an explanation of what Hitler was going to do next, his idea of European domination. Also, Hitler’s will of dominating France, a country which defeated and humiliated Germany in the World War I is a subject treated in his book that eventually became true under his regime.

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