Local authorities in Germany are to reprint “Mein Kampf” (“My Struggle”), Adolf Hitler’s hate tract, for the first time since the death of the Nazi dictator in 1945.
Tuesday’s decision by the state of Bavaria, which controls the copyright, means the book will be available again in three years, when its German copyright expires, but with content warnings throughout.
It follows years of agonized debate about whether Germans remain susceptible to Nazi ideology and how to stop it reviving. The book is available in many other countries.
» via Stars and Stripes
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