Early Hitler Letter

June 9, 2011 by USA Post 

Early Hitler LetterEarly Hitler Letter, Adolf Hitler of Germany wrote a letter advocating for the legal elimination of Jews six years before the publication of “Mein Kampf”, a Jewish human rights organization said.

The Simon Wisenthal Center in Los Angeles said it has bought the four-page letter written by Hitler on September 16, 1919, another member of the German army, the Los Angeles Times. The center of the warning letter, “one of the most important documents in the history of the Third Reich.” Dean Rabbi Marvin Hier Center said the letter shows the first roots of anti-Semitism of Hitler. “In 1919, nobody is saying that he was thinking of gassing the Jews, what I thought was the legal elimination of Jews from society,” Hier said. “Twenty-two years later, put into practice what he wrote in the letter.”

Hier said the center came a month ago to buy the letter and 150,000. Previously, he was in the hands of private collectors.

He said the letter, along with an English translation; go on permanent display at some time in July of the Holocaust in the middle section.

“It belongs in an institution that perpetuates the memory of the Holocaust,” Hier said.

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