“I Was Too Mild an Anti-Semite” Declares Adolf Hitler
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“I Was Too Mild an Anti-Semite” Declares Adolf Hitler

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"I was too mild an Anti-Semite", declared Adolf Hitler, defeated leader of the Bavarian Beer Revolution, now imprisoned in Landsberg, when he commented upon the information submitted to him of the reports circulated in the Jewish press that he had renounced Anti-Semitism. "It is ridiculous", he stated. "To the contrary, I was rather too mild an Anti-Semite. I am now engaged in writing a book which I consider to be the work of my life in which I will prove that only through a sharp campaign against the Jews, will the world be saved from the Jewish disease."

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