North Korean leader Kim Jong-un handed out copies of Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf to mark his birthday. Kim reportedly distributed the copies of Mein Kampf in an effort to sow fear among top officials. According to the Telegraph, North Korea-watchers believe the move is part of an effort to make him seem powerful, rather than drawing on Nazi beliefs. Shirley Lee, the editor of the New Focus ...
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North Korea has angrily denied a report that its ruler used Adolf Hitler's memoir as a leadership guide, threatening to kill the authors of the report. The article by New Focus International, an online news portal run by North Korean defectors, said Kim Jong-Un had given copies of "Mein Kampf" to his top officials, urging them to study it as a leadership skills manual. He handed ...
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North Korean leader Kim Jong-un handed out copies of Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf to mark his birthday.
Kim reportedly distributed the copies of Mein Kampf in an effort to sow fear among top officials.
According to the Telegraph, North Korea-watchers believe the move is part of an effort to make him seem powerful, rather than drawing on Nazi beliefs.
Shirley Lee, the editor of the New Focus International website, said that one source told him that there have been many overt attempts to imbue Kim with an 'intimidating charisma,' the report added. (ANI)
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