Experiments with Truth: Analysis

How peace kept WWI alive

In his book “Mein Kampf,” Hitler described the day of the German defeat as his political enlightenment. The chapter in which he describes his wartime experiences and the shock over a peace agreement detrimental to Germany ends with a sentence that would often be quoted in the future: “I, for my part, decided to go into politics.”

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