The book “Mein Kampf”  found in Nazi’s barracks in Mariupol

The book “Mein Kampf” found in Nazi’s barracks in Mariupol

Hitler’s book Mein Kampf (My Struggle) was found in Mariupol at the base of the Azov nationalist battalion.

The book was in Russian and had apparently been studied by the nationalists while in their barracks.

“Mein Kampf,” written by Hitler in 1924, is considered the ideological foundation of National Socialism. Mein Kampf was translated into 18 languages before 1945 and more than 12 million copies were sold.

Earlier, the Russian Armed Forces found an arsenal and Right Sector flags in the home of a Ukrainian nationalist. In March, he asked his wife to hide all the “prohibited items,” but she did not have time. As a result, the Russian security forces also found Nazi literature, including the book “My Struggle” by Adolf Hitler.

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