The New York Times published an excerpt from Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf on June 22nd, 1941.

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The recently unearthed Hitler piece, complete with a portrait of the German leader responsible for the death of millions in the center of the page, was comprised of highlights from the Nazi chief’s seminal work Mein Kampf.

Notoriously rife with anti-semitism and providing an outline of the deadly National Socialist ideology, Mein Kampf saw its “most important passages on propaganda” (according to the Times’s introductory paragraph) be curated by paper in an article that served as a guidebook.

The article did not include criticisms, nor refutations from the Times or its staff.

“It must appeal forever and only to the masses,” the article posited about propaganda messaging, going on to list other axioms for the deceptive media strategy including “effective propaganda should be limited to a very few points” and hailing “persistency” as the “most important condition for success.”

The New York Times has a very ugly history…

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