Do some substitutions in those sentences along the lines Thackeray wanted to do with mein Kampf.
He looks at the image of Adolf Hitler from the cover of mein Kampf, and he feels his power.
In Germany, the copyright holders to "mein Kampf" have refused publishers permission to publish the book.
But none of this strengthens the case for keeping the ban on the publication of mein Kampf.
In summer 1939, as war with Hitler loomed, she wrote to her mother-in-law, Queen Mary, that she was reading Hitler's "mein Kampf".
“And den, mein Gott, I zettle for de corporal,” observed Jansen.
They only speak when spoken to and then answer, 'Ja, mein Herr.'
At this unexpected resuscitation, the corporal uttered a tremendous “mein Gott!”
mein Herr,' which, like an electric shock, brought him to his feet in an instant.
mein was among those accused of violating the “Agreement;” he was charged with the importation of materials for book-making.