Writers Closet Announces the eBook Release of a Newly Discovered and Never Released 1957 Translation of Adolph Hitler’s Mein Kampf

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Writers Closet, a publisher of quality books and eBooks, today announced the e-Book release of a newly discovered and never before released 1957 translation of Adolph HitlerÂ?s Mein Kampf.

This translation was accomplished by a British Intelligence Officer in 1957 and has been literally kept in the closet until now. The translation contains translator’s notes and comments throughout the book.

“I have a certain contentment that my efforts may have helped others to understand at least some of the strife and turmoil of the early 20th Century,” said Captain Albert King, Translator. “When I translated Mein Kampf I was newly returned to Berlin following my return from Korea. It was at the height of the ‘Cold War’ and my duties were mainly to monitor and assess ‘Intelligence’ garnered from sources not only from East Berlin but the DDR (East Germany) in general.”

“This is a truly remarkable historical discovery,” said Gary Harris, Publisher. “This translation has been buried for almost 50 years and puts a whole new slant on Adolph Hitler.” The historical value of this work is of prime significance for serious historians and educators.

It has been said that those who are not cognizant of history are doomed to repeat it. With that in mind, we are publishing this work with the hope that those who read it will become better equipped to recognize how forcefully a lie can be told.

It is certain that we want no repetition of the terrible consequences that ensued from the proliferation of this work and the actions of those who used it as their guide.

Writers Closet, a division of TrakSoft, in Lakeland, Florida, specializes in the publishing of quality books and eBooks. The printed version will be released in the near future. For more information, please visit http://www.WritersCloset.com.

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