Hitler’s Lies: An Answer To Hitler’s Mein Kampf

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First published in Vienna in 1935, Hitler’s Lies by Irene Harand, is a challenge to the arguments, assumptions and actions of the German dictator, Adolf Hitler. The original German language version of the book was called Sein Kampf – Antwort an Hitler von Irene Harand (His Struggle – The Answer to Hitler from Irene Harand). In this book Harand explodes the myth of racial and national superiority. She deals with lies about the Jews which formed the basis for Hitler’s propaganda, and attacks the persecution of the Jews on the ground that Anti-Semitism debases Christianity. In her own words: The ruthless force of the Nazis has been directed against the Jewish and Catholic minorities. Their main attack, however, has been launched against German Jewry, which has had to bear unspeakable torture and humiliation in the Third Reich. They foster and unleash hatred against the Jews and commit wholesale murder to maintain a power they have wrested from others. It, therefore, lies in the interest of truth to make public answer to the Nazi Bible, Mein Kampf, (Hitler’s autobiography) and to ascertain whether the main doctrines of this book, upon which the Nazi political state is founded, can bear critical examination before the civilized world.

As the first publishers of Mein Kampf in India, Jaico is proud to revive Harand’s work, which was largely forgotten since the 1950’s in both her native Austria and her new homeland America.

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About the Author

Irene Harand

IRENE HARAND (1900-1975) was an Austrian leader, born a Catholic in Vienna, who vigorously attacked the evils of Nazism, anti-Semitism, and religious intolerance and was honored by Israel for her efforts. The 1935 publication of Sein Kampf turned Harand into a declared enemy of the Third Reich. The book was banned by the Nazis that year. When Nazi Germany invaded Austria in 1938, Harand was lecturing in London. Her absence from Vienna saved her life. She emigrated to the United States soon after and lived there till she died in New York in 1975.