Mein Kampf

In 2016, following the expiry of the copyright held by the Bavarian state government,
Mein Kampf was republished in Germany for the first time since 1945.
This online version is the official Third Reich English translation commissioned by the NAZI Party.

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Mein Kampf

The Protocols

First published in 1903, Henry Ford then funded the printing of 500,000 copies that were distributed throughout the US in the 1920s. Adolf Hitler received a German translation, which Hitler used to justify his views.

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The International Jew

Henry Ford's The International Jew, compiled from 1920-1922, was translated into German in 1922 and was a great inspiration to Adolf Hitler. Ford is the only American mentioned in Hitler's Mein Kampf, which was published in 1925.

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The Tribe of Ishmael

The Tribe was invented by Rev. Oscar C. McCulloch who conducted a family pedigree study in the 1880s. McCulloch's data eventually became valuable source material for selective reproduction laws.

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Did Hoosiers cause the Jewish Holocaust?

Henry Ford was highly influenced by Rev. Oscar C. McCulloch and Arthur H. Estabrook's work with the Tribe of Ishmael. McCulloch's work was inspired by Richard L. Dugdale's work concerning The Jukes family. Henry Ford associated Jukes with Jews. Then coupled with the Protocols, Ford's disdain turned to fearful contempt. Adolf Hitler, in turn, was highly influenced by Ford's International Jew series. Consequently, there is a very well documented thread of historical events that permits the assertion - Hoosiers were the root cause of the Jewish Holocaust.