The Mein Kampf Ramp: Emily Overend Lorimer and the Publication of Mein Kampf in Britain

@inproceedings{Stone2013TheMK,
  title={The Mein Kampf Ramp: Emily Overend Lorimer and the Publication of Mein Kampf in Britain},
  author={D. Stone},
  year={2013}
}
In an article on Hitler’s desire for world domination, Milan Hauner, following Karl Dietrich Bracher, noted that one of the biggest problems of National Socialism ‘is that of its fundamental underrating’. As an example of this underrating, Hauner referred to Mein Kampf. He claimed that ‘in spite of its explosive content, or perhaps precisely because of its extraordinary verbosity, Mein Kampf was never taken seriously outside Germany’.2 Indeed, even many Germans held the ideas expressed in Mein… Expand