Hitler Claims He Doesn't Agree or Like Pagan Writings of Alfred Rosenberg

Hitler Claims He Doesn't Agree or Like Pagan Writings of Alfred Rosenberg

Alfred Rosenberg
Source: Deutsches Bundesarchiv

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Adolf Hitler tells Cardinal Schulte that he doesn't personally agree with or even like the anti-Christian, pagan writings of Alfred Rosenberg. Rosenberg's book Mythus des 20. Jahrhunderts (Myth of the 20th Century) is the most influential Nazi text after Hitler's Mein Kampf.

Rosenberg makes an argument for a racial theory of culture, according to which the Aryan race has produced nothing but good while the Jewish race has produced nothing good. This makes the book very popular among cultural, political, and religious conservatives in Germany.

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