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Hitler, Adolf.

Published by Zentralverlag der NSDAP, Franz Eher,, München, (1940)

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Item Description: Zentralverlag der NSDAP, Franz Eher,, München, 1940. Oln. XXIX, 781 S., German Gesamtausgabe 6.150.000 Exemplare. Zwei Bände in einem Band Ungekürzte Ausgabe. Bd. I Eine Abrechnung. Frontispiz Porträt mit Faksimile-Signatur. (KEINE original-handschriftliche Signatur!) Mit Personen- und Sachregister. Vorwort des Verfassers aus der Festungshaftanstalt Landsberg am Lech. Bd. II. Die Nationalsozialistische Bewegung. Taschenbuchformat in rotem Leinen auf flexiblem Karton. Kopf-Farbschnitt, Widmung auf Vorsatzblatt mit Stempel der NSDAP Ortsgruppe Hunswinkel, signiert vom Ortsgruppenleiter, "Im Kriegsjahr 1941." An den Kanten angestoßen. Einbandl leicht angeschmutzt, Lesespuren im Buchblock, jedoch sauber und ohne Anmerkungen oder Anstreichungen. Einband makellos, fest. Bookseller Inventory # 992235

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Hitler, Adolf

Published by Franz Eher Nachfolger, Munich (1933)

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Item Description: Franz Eher Nachfolger, Munich, 1933. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. First Thus; Later Printing. A signed copy of one of the twentieth century's most influential books. Blue boards have a gilt eagle and swastika on the front board and gilt spine lettering. Boards have lightly bumped corners and spine ends with little edge wear, with one small soil spot on rear board. Some bowing of boards. Blue-green top edge and lower edge have light scuffs. Spine cracked at frontispiece. Clean interior. The frontispiece photo with tissue guard has a facsimile signature with Hitler's original blue ink signature just below it. A 1996 authentication slip by Harold Keith Thompson is laid in. Thompson (1922-2002) was a member of Admiral Byrd's Antarctic Expedition and author of a famous1954 Expose magazine article "I Am an American Fascist" and a book denouncing the Nuremberg trials. Thompson had also been recruited by the SS intelligence unit Sicherheitsdienst in 1941 due to his outspoken sympathy for the Nazis. He was later a New York literary agent and expert on the Third Reich and autographs. Mein Kampf was dictated to Rudolf Hess when Hitler was in prison for his failed 1923 coup attempt and was first published in two volumes in 1925 and 1926. Later it was published as one volume. This is the Volksausgabe or first People's Edition published in 1933, the year Hitler seized power. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 781 pp; Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 010408

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Mein Kampf. Zwei Bände in einem Band.: Hitler, Adolf, German

Hitler, Adolf, German dictator (1889-1945).

Published by Munich, Zentralverlag der NSDAP Frz. Eher Nachf., 1938. (1938)

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Item Description: Munich, Zentralverlag der NSDAP Frz. Eher Nachf., 1938., 1938. 8vo. XXVI, (6), 781, (11) pp. With printed portrait frontispiece. Publisher's original giltstamped blue cloth. In custom-made blue cardboard slipcase. Signed in ink by the author on the flyleaf: "Adolf Hitler". - Slight foxing near beginning and end, but a good, tight copy. Includes a typed letter signed by Ministerialdirektor Willy Meerwald, Deputy Head of the Reich Chancery and personal aide to Hitler, addressed to Mrs. Valerie Macho of Vienna (dated Berchtesgaden, 25 Nov. 1938), replying to her letter of the 17th and writing that Hitler has signed two books she had sent him and is returning them together with this document. Also includes an artificial silk sew-on badge showing the portrait of Hitler (of the type manufactured by BeVo in Wuppertal; slightly damaged). Bookseller Inventory # 46005

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Hitler, Adolf.

Published by Munich, Franz Eher, 1925-1927. (1927)

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Item Description: Munich, Franz Eher, 1925-1927., 1927. 8vo. Original full vellum, spines ruled and direct lettered gilt, top edge gilt. In the original card slipcases. Frontispiece photographic portrait of Hitler to volume I, with his handwritten signature; each volume further inscribed, signed and dated by Hitler, to Mathilde von Scheubner-Richter. Autograph note card signed by Hitler laid in. Pastedown to volume I with traces of tape offset from laid in card, short horizontal tear to frontispiece tissue guard; card slipcases lightly worn; in very good condition. First edition, copy number 94 of an "edition de luxe" (Prachtausgabe) of 500 copies, signed by the author, each volume further inscribed, signed and dated by Hitler, to the widow of Max Erwin von Scheubner-Richter, the only first-tier Nazi leader to die in the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch, and whom Hitler later claimed to be "irreplaceable" (P. Balakian, The Burning Tigris, p. 407). Part I carries a printed dedication to Scheubner-Richter and the other fifteen men who died in the Putsch, making this copy the de facto dedication copy. This edition, issued simultaneously with the first edition, apparently from the same setting of type, is printed on better quality paper, has the portrait frontispiece signed by hand, and is in a full vellum binding as opposed to the cloth and boards binding of the regular edition. - An early member of the Nazi Party, von Scheubner-Richter had, together with Alfred Rosenberg, devised the plan to drive the German government to revolution through the Beer Hall Putsch. In an exchange of fire during the Putsch, he was shot in the lungs and died instantly, bringing down Hitler, who had linked arms with him, in his fall. While Hitler dislocated his shoulder, the bullets aimed in his direction passed over his head: thus, Scheubner-Richter, through his own death, very likely saved Hitler's life. - Volume I of the set carries a handwritten dedication to Scheubner-Richter's widow Mathilde: "Frau Dr. von Scheubner Richter zu Neujahr 1926 herzlichst zugeeignet / Adolf Hitler / München, den 31. Dez[ember] 1925." Volume II reads "Frau Dr. von Scheubner-Richter zum Weihnachtsfest herzlichst zugeeignet / Adolf Hitler / München, den 27. Dez[ember] 1927". Laid in is a small handwritten card from Hitler, dated 30 December 1923 from Landsberg: "Liebe gnädige Frau! Am Ende dieses für Sie so traurigen Jahrs, will ich Ihnen verehrte gnädige Frau auf's herzlichste nur wünschen Sie möchten im Neuen Jahr den herben Schmerz vergessen können der Sie und Uns Alle traf. Ich denke oft an Sie und an Ih[n] liebe gnädige Frau und verbleibe in herzlicher Dienstbarkeit Ihr sehr ergebener Adolf Hitler" (At the end of this very sad year for you, I send heartfelt hope that you will be able to forget the deep pain that you and we have all met . I think of you and him often . and remain, your cordial servant and very devoted, Adolf Hitler). - Written in jail following the Putsch, the importance of "Mein Kampf" cannot be understated. Not only was it the origin and strength of the National Socialist programme transforming Hitler's status from a seedy local agitator to a potential national saviour in process, but more importantly caused a major turning point in the 20th century by setting the seeds for the most destructive war ever fought. Almost 40 when he started writing it, Hitler had achieved virtually nothing, but the book constituted a turning point in his career. "Political creeds as the basis for new religions have usually spelt danger for humanity. When they are distilled from the half-baked prejudices harboured by the more reactionary section of a nation not particularly noted for political enlightenment, they spell disaster" (PMM). In November 1923, Hitler was arrested after an unsuccessful Nazi putsch in Berlin. When he said, later, that this defeat was the greatest stroke of luck he ever had, he meant that without it he could not have made himself into a popular hero. The trial became a social event, with photographers waiting o. Bookseller Inventory # 47874

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