Myth of the Twentieth Century Rosenberg— A must have compendium to Mein Kampf. Alfred Rosenberg became National Socialism's leading ideologist, a role given official recognition by Adolf Hitler in 1934. The author of numerous political and philosophical writings besides The Myth of The Twentieth Century, Rosenberg was an uncompromising foe to every tendency — whether racial, religious, political, or philosophical — which he judged to be alien or opposed to the Nordic, Germanic soul. It was for this, more than for any alleged crimes during his ministry over the occupied East, that Rosenberg was condemned and hanged in Nuremberg in 1946. 470p-sc with index