Mein Kampf - An Evil or A Needed Hero

Chetan Dalvi, a good friend of mine is getting his first book published through Smriti Publishers Pvt. Ltd., Kolkatta.

Title of the book: Mein Kampf - An Evil or A Needed Hero
Price: 250 INR
No. of pages: 139
Size of the book: Appr. 5.5 x 7.5 inches

The book will be released soon. The author offers a discount on the pre-release orders. For further details contact:

Mr. Chetan W. Dalvi

When you want to throw some object in the air from the ground, you need to apply force to overcome the natural force which is well known to us as Gravity which was discovered by the Newton. Columbus told people that, THE EARTH IS ROUND IN SHAPE. After saying that people at that time thought that, he is mad. But after a period of time it is proved that the earth is actually round in shape but until that time Columbus was considered as fool. 

Every new phenomenon which introduced in the society was first underestimated & opposed but still only few had strength to represent that phenomenon strongly in front of the society knowing the effects of that on them. Such people were fearless & ready to take on every thing which comes in their way & in the way of change. 

MEIN KAMPF means MY FIGHT & it is a story of a fight.


  1. Shishir M KhanderiaJune 09, 2010

    I read with interest your advertisement regarding a book on Hitler.
    Hitler was not an evil but a much needed hero. After 1st world war the victorious countries exploited Germany. they looted its resources etc.. And treated Germans like slaves therefore a hero was bound to rise to lead the defeated country to its glory and honour. Hitler failed but he gave a humiliated country back its pride and honour. The stories regarding concentration camps on jews are exagerrated.  He will be remembered as a great german the victorous countries made him a villian so that another leader like Hitler will not rise in germany. I am personally a fan of Hitler like many Indians.


    Shishir Khanderia

  2. AnonymousJune 11, 2010

    Thank u, if u wish to buy this book then do reply

  3. AnonymousJune 12, 2010

    are you kidding me? You're disgusting... a human life is a human life no matter how "exaggerated" you claim concentration camps were, people died, people suffered and families were destroyed. That should not be acceptable to any other human being and if you believe genocide okay then you may be a sociopath. 

  4. AnonymousJune 14, 2010

    u are saying that because u dnt knw d full truth


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