Mein Kampf is apparently a favorite of Bill's, and in this article he points out that hey, Hitler never intended the Holocaust:
Hitler was able to use propaganda effectively. He did not reason with the masses, he marketed his unsavory package of hate and dictatorship in whatever package the people found most desirable. To the shop owners, for instance, he promised to break up the big department stores which they saw as being a threat to their livelihood. To those who were in debt he promised an end to "interest slavery". To the farmer he offered to make the land they owned inviolate from the tender mercies of debt collectors (one of the few promises he kept). To the military he promised a return to glory.Never did Hitler say his proposed revolution was about killing the Jews and becoming the dictator, although he certainly was not shy about these issues. the point here is that while the Nazis focused on the Jewish issue, military conquests, and the totalitarian state and did not necessarily conceal these things the thrust and focus of their propaganda was such that one might have thought the real focus was on all those promises and that the Jewish program, the military aims, and the totalitarian state were merely means to these ends.