‘Mein Kampf’ Tops Charts


mein-kampfRecently, the e-book version of Adolf Hitler’s manifesto, Mein Kampf, has been rising in the charts. The book, which was first released in the U.S. in 1939, is popular in “Politics & Current Events” on iTunes and topping the “Propaganda & Political Psychology” section on Amazon.

The company behind a popular 99 cent Kindle version released last January notes “sales are great,” but is concerned about “a moral dilemma in promotion.” Read more at Vocativ.

{Andy Heller-Matzav.com Newscenter}


  1. There is a big business in little minds. And if they think that they are going to learn about Hitler, ask them how many holocaust books they have purchased and read.

  2. I’m not the least bit surprised. The important thing is to understand what message Hashem is sending us. We’re sleeping with the devil and unfortunately by the time we (most of us robots) realize we need to get out of bed, were dead!

  3. Alan Cranston was a young journalist who saw that the authorized translation of MK sanitized some of the extreme views of Hitler y”s. So he published his own, accurate translation. Hitler’s publisher sued!

    Cranston would later spend 24 years as an ultra-liberal and ultra-pro-Israel United States Senator from California.

  4. The shame is that the leaders of England, France, Russia, USA, etc, did not read it and believe that he would actually do it before 1935 when Hitler, ym”s, could have been stopped easily.