A new edition of Adolf Hitler’s autobiographical manifesto ‘Mein Kampf’ will be sold in Germany next month. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.
For 70 years since the Nazi defeat in World War II, copyright law has been used in Germany to prohibit the publication of Mein Kampf – the notorious antisemitic tome in which Adolf Hitler set out his ideology.
That will change next month when a new edition with critical commentary, the product of several years’ work by a publicly funded institute, hits the shelves.
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Source:: The Algemeiner