Mein Kampf (My Struggle) was a book written by Adolf Hitler. Written while he was imprisoned in the 1920s, it was both an autobiography and an exposition of Hitler's political views. When Hitler later came to power of Nazi Germany, the book became immensely popular in Germany as ownership showed allegiance.
Behind the scenesEdit
In Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: The Graphic Adventure, Indiana Jones can find and take the copy of the Mein Kampf from the library in Venice. When inside Castle Brunwald, he can give it to one of the Nazi soldiers on the second floor of the castle, who would appreciate the gift, and would leave his post, allowing Jones to gain further access to the castle to rescue his father.
Alternatively, the player can also give the book to Hitler when Jones meets him at the Berlin bookburning rally. Hitler signs the book, which can be given as a priceless souvenir to bypass a certain Nazi soldier later in the game.
- Indiana Jones and the Hollow Earth (Mentioned only)
- Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: The Graphic Adventure
- The World of Indiana Jones
- The Greatest Adventures of Indiana Jones
- Interactive Timeline
- New Gods for Old (Non-fiction source)