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Now another question that really bugs me is which version of Mein Kampf is closer to original? I visited to http://barnesreview.org/product/mein-ka ... g-edition/
And they have a Stagalog edition and they claim that is the original translation of Mein Kampf.
Its a fascinating book honestly I have read the first volume of MK and i Believe it was Ford's translation, but i was very frustrated to find out that Ford's translation has been deliberately mistranslated or twisted I don't know, I guess to fit their bias? But anyways I am kind of skeptical on barnes, are they telling the truth. Unfortunately I don't speak or read German because if I did it would've been a blessing but I don't lol. So which one of the MK would be more reliable? and close to the source?
"which version of Mein Kampf is closer to original?"
This is off topic to the Holocaust, so the Moderator might move it to the WWII Forum, but since you asked.....here's an article by Thomas Dalton that should help you:
https://katana17.wordpress.com/2016/02/ ... as-dalton/
Scroll down to: "Previous English Translations"
Dresden wrote:This is off topic to the Holocaust, so the Moderator might move it to the WWII Forum,
What say you, Forumites? 'Should it stay or should it go?'
Kingfisher wrote:Dresden wrote:Stay!
I disagree (without shouting). A perfectly valid topic but for the WW2 forum not the Holocaust.
I'm sorry, Kingfisher.....you'll have to speak up.....I didn't hear you.
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