Adolf Hitler - Youssef Jalloul Modern History 3/22/2008...

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Youssef Jalloul Modern History 3/22/2008 Adolf Hitler Mein Kampf In Adolf Hitler’s essay Mein Kampf, Hitler talks about the Aryan race and how it is being threatened due to mixing of the bloods with Non-Aryan races. He also talks about the future effects of imperfect breeding which would lead to destruction of superior races such as the Aryan race. Hitler claims that the greatest threat to the racial purity of Germans would be the mixing of two beings that are not of the same standards which yield an offspring that is in the middle between the high and the low parent. He claims that this is unacceptable because that way the human race is not advancing because it is falling short of the previous generation and if continues would only lead to the destruction of the Aryan race. He supports his thesis by claiming that the laws of nature favors mating between two high standard mates who would yield high standard offspring, so if the Aryan race does not abide by these laws then they are to face destruction. Hitler’s solution to this problem would be to get rid of the parasite that
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course HIST 103 taught by Professor Wraight during the Spring '08 term at University of Michigan.

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