07/27/2016 by Douwe Blaauwe
“Hitler had crushed the German labour movement, and for that the property-owning classes were willing to forgive him almost anything.”
“What [Hitler] envisages, a hundred years hence, is a continuous state of 250 million Germans with plenty of “living room”, a horrible brainless empire in which, essentially, nothing ever happens except the training of young men for war and the endless breeding of fresh cannon-fodder.”
George Orwell’s March 1940 review of Mein Kampf offers a chilling assessment of the Führer’s toxic charisma.
To World War II