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Mein Kampf

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The wedding edition of Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler, printed in 1939.

Octavo, 781pp, [1], [10pp ads]. Beige hardcover, title in gilt over black morocco spine, four raised bands. Frontispiece portrait with tissue cover. Top edge gilt. Publisher’s slipcase, fine condition. Includes a presentation page from the Mayor of Stuttgart, dated March 25, 1939. Includes signature of the “Oberburgmeister [Mayor],” offering his heartfelt wishes. The tipped in Wedding Edition limitation page was affixed to the People’s Edition of Mein Kampf. (Pastore, 060) (Pastore, 064)

Another inscription dated 1997, translated to English: “A gift from Aunt Margot’s second husband: Hans Regolien, former Lieutenant with the Waffen SS Leibstandarte: Adolf Hitler (During my visit Christmas 1997) – H.B.”

In 1935, Eher Verlag approached Hitler with the idea that all newlyweds in Germany should receive a presentation copy of Mein Kampf, in lieu of other gifts such as a bible. Each “Wedding Volume” would contain a tipped-in presentation page from the mayor of each municipality, with each municipality purchasing their copies and the royalties going to the author. The first edition of the Wedding Edition [Hochzeitsausgabe] was published in 1936. Many copies survived the allied prohibition due to their wedding day significance.

The full dedication page is translated as follows: “The foundations of the state and the family are contained in this work by Adolf Hitler. The City of Stuttgart presents it to Mr. and Mrs. EnĂ¡le-Seering on their marriage with the wish that the thoughts of our F hrer may also be the guiding star and direction for this marriage. Stuttgart, March 25, 1939 / Der Oberburgermeister.”

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